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Climate Change from Two Different Sides: Miami's Fall JANUS Forum

By: Aidan Das

On Wednesday, Oct. 16, The JANUS Forum at Miami University hosted a discussion between former Democratic Senator, Barbara Boxer, and former Republican Governor of Wisconsin, Scott Walker, in Armstrong’s Wilks Theater. 631 more words

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Vegas for political nerds - where the 'smart money' is going in #elxn43

It’s Vegas for political nerds. It’s one thing to read the polls, listen to your gut, and have a prediction.  But what about putting hard-earned, cold cash on the line? 619 more words

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Where does the NDP pathway lead?

Jaggernaut.  Jagmentum.  Jagmeet Singh has been the story of the campaign since the English-language debate – in English Canada – where the NDP, for most of its history, has won its seats. 604 more words

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Liberal pathways to victory

If the Big Red Machine rolls to victory on October 21st, how will it be done? Regional seat balances have been like whack-a-mole this election.  In this post, I look at examples of Liberal wins, and the regional coalitions they were based on, since the 1960s – and which of these scenarios Justin Trudeau’s Liberals might emulate this time.   1,198 more words

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BC's photo finish: translating votes to seats

British Columbia will be fascinating to watch on election night. As advance polls open, there has been a struggle between the Liberals and Conservatives to emerge as a clear leader, while the NDP appear to be on the move post-debate.   820 more words

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I voted today

Well today I did my duty as a Citizen and voted in our National Federal Election. It is the first day of voting by anticipation, this Thanksgiving weekend people can vote from 9am to 9 pm at polling stations. 626 more words

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Eh There, Hosers! Think Twice Before Electing Conservative This Year

“One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.” – Plato

Canadian Politics 2019… 747 more words

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