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Turn out or else: do referendum campaigns actually change voters’ minds?

Over £9m has been spent on leaflets for all British household outlining the arguments in favour of remaining in the EU. But do campaign activities actually sway voters in referendums? 883 more words

EU Referendum

Don’t blame young voters for not bothering about the EU referendum

Professor Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King’s College London and Director of the UK in a Changing Europe initiative, highlights the challenges of engaging young voters in the EU referendum campaign. 869 more words

EU Referendum

THE MAGIC NUMBER SAYS THAT THE BERN IS DONE

I’ve known all this for some time now.  Hillary Clinton has it in the bag.  Sanders does NOT have a path to victory.

It is my opinion that Sanders is well aware of it, but refuses to let his people know how bad it is. 340 more words

Politics

Grove-White: Here's how changing electoral rules could help city of Ottawa

The changes to Ontario’s Municipal Elections Act announced on Monday may well prove a long-awaited game-changer for politics in cities across the province. And municipal politics certainly need new energy. 590 more words

Local News

How the leaders are doing

With just two days left until voters head to the polls on Monday, we take a look back at how the major party leaders have approached the election campaign. 596 more words

Saskatchewan

A tale of two elections in Flin Flon

When some residents of the northern prairie city of Flin Flon head to the polls on April 4 to vote in the Saskatchewan election, provincial election campaigning in the area won’t be over. 441 more words

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