Thursday, August 02, 2007

Giuseppe Gori 's article on MMP in The Interim

With 39 candidates elected according to the party list, counting all the votes across Ontario, the chances will be very good for smaller parties, such as the FCP, to elect representatives to the Ontario Legislature based on the party’s popular vote support. Votes for the FCP will count, even from those ridings where our candidate did not win or where we could not run a local candidate.

While a minimum of 3 per cent support will be required, the FCP should garner a much higher percentage, as finally the “silent majority” of people of faith will know that their vote for the FCP is not “wasted.”


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