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NDP lead by 19%

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Early yet but NDP leading by 20%

quizzical

Ken Burch wrote:

Damn.? Well, looks like Krog may be getting payback for his exclusion from Cabinet...if the Liberal lead holds, though, it will end any chance he ever had of making a comeback in provincial politics.? How many polls have reported at this point?

i call bs on Krog's being miffed because he didn't get a cabinet position. all media bs to create hype.?

he was caucus leader and mentored all the newbies.

i believe he decided to become Mayor because Nanaimo needs help and with a NDP mayor and government they can get it.?

NDP aren't going to lose and they knew it imv.

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NDP now up by 18% with 14 out of 11 ballot boxes counted.

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Very early yet

N 51%

L 37%

G 8%

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48 - 41 - 7

gap tightening

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NDP by 7% with 22 out of 111 boxes counted.? Hope some stronger Dipper areas are yet to report.

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Lead now only 4%

Aristotleded24

After acheiving a high of 19% in the 2017 election, the Green vote has collapsed to under 10%. Liberals up almost 10 points on 2017, the NDP up just one, based on what we see so far. What does this say about the Green vote and where it went?

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Back up to 7% with 31 boxes counted.? Please let THAT trend continue.

NorthReport

NDP leads by 8%

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Still too close to call

33 out of 111 ballot boxes reported so far

Ken Burch Ken Burch's picture

Now over 8% with 33 boxes counted. ?

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50%?- 39% -?8%?NDP lead

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11% lead

Ken Burch Ken Burch's picture

Just under 10% NDP lead with 46 boxes counted.? Maybe this is solidifying.

bekayne

Conservatives maintaining a lead over the Libertarians for fourth place.

NorthReport

Bad nite for Liberals so far tonite?

21 out of the last 24 by-elections in BC were won by the opposition

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I’m calling it for the NDP in Nanaimo tonite

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Still just under 10% with 53 of 111 boxes counted. ? ?

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just over 9% lead with 60 out of 111 boxes counted.

no1important

Well looks like NDP will hold on to this riding but it is only going to delay the inevitable for a few months as Plecas will be re called and Abbotsford South will go Liberal so buh bye NDP..

NorthReport

I hope whatever it is that you are smoking is legal!

The Speaker’s Report assured the win!

no1important wrote:

Well looks like NDP will hold on to this riding but it is only going to delay the inevitable for a few months as Plecas will be re called and Abbotsford South will go Liberal so buh bye NDP..

Aristotleded24

NorthReport wrote:
Bad nite for Liberals so far tonite?

21 out of the last 24 by-elections in BC were won by the opposition

Minor quibble. If the Liberals had won this by-election, that would have technically been a win for the Opposition.

quizzical

no1important wrote:

Well looks like NDP will hold on to this riding but it is only going to delay the inevitable for a few months as Plecas will be re called and Abbotsford South will go Liberal so buh bye NDP..

ya no. have you bothered to find out how many signatures?are needed?

too many in this political climate. even people in Abbotsford are pissed at the Liberals.

the good Christians would be bigger hypocrites than they are already.?

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no1important wrote:

Well looks like NDP will hold on to this riding but it is only going to delay the inevitable for a few months as Plecas will be re called and Abbotsford South will go Liberal so buh bye NDP..

What possible grounds would there be for recalling Plecas?? The speaker has committed no crime.

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quizzical wrote:

no1important wrote:

Well looks like NDP will hold on to this riding but it is only going to delay the inevitable for a few months as Plecas will be re called and Abbotsford South will go Liberal so buh bye NDP..

ya no. have you bothered to find out how many signatures?are needed?

too many in this political climate. even people in Abbotsford are pissed at the Liberals.

the good Christians would be bigger hypocrites than they are already.?

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Indeed.? And it goes without saying the voters will punish the Liberals if they try and force an early election.? Besides which, even if Plecas were to be recalled, the next speaker, which would like be an NDP or Green MLA, would simply automatically vote to break ties in favor of the coalition.

NorthReport

No 1 is typical of the?right-wing lies

every single person that was interviewed by a local paper in the Speaker’s riding was so pleased with Plecas’s report the recall campaign will become the laughing stock of the province

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quizzical

Ken the guy who is/was spearheading the recall said they want a Liberal rep but he used the inquiry to back off and is saying he won't start signature getting until inquiry results happen.

imv he knows it wouldn't/couldn't happen. failed posturing bluff.?

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Aristotleded24

quizzical wrote:
too many in this political climate. even people in Abbotsford are pissed at the Liberals.

Quiz, you live in the Interior, do I have that right? How is the general public mood towards the Liberals trending in that region? I clicked on one of the polls on the Wikipedia page and saw a great deal of support for the Liberals. I've also noticed that since the NDP's high-water mark of 2005, the Interior has trended away from the NDP towards the Liberals in every election since. Is there evidence of change and the trend reversing itself?

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NDP has a 1300 vote lead

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NDP has increased their share?of the vote

Aristotleded24

NorthReport wrote:
I’m calling it for the NDP in Nanaimo tonite

CBC, CTV, Global News and the Vancouver Sun are backing this call right now. Radio-Canada ne fait pas un prevision maintenant.

quizzical

Aristotleded24 wrote:

quizzical wrote:
too many in this political climate. even people in Abbotsford are pissed at the Liberals.

Quiz, you live in the Interior, do I have that right? How is the general public mood towards the Liberals trending in that region? I clicked on one of the polls on the Wikipedia page and saw a great deal of support for the Liberals. I've also noticed that since the NDP's high-water mark of 2005, the Interior has trended away from the NDP towards the Liberals in every election since. Is there evidence of change and the trend reversing itself?

nope no reversal the religious whacks are truly brainwashed. their churches inform their vote.

now if they change the forest industry laws? and yie back to community the nonreligious vote could move.

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NorthReport

The NDP might want to consider asking Green MLA Sonia to run for the NDP in 2021

Aristotleded24

quizzical wrote:

Aristotleded24 wrote:

quizzical wrote:
too many in this political climate. even people in Abbotsford are pissed at the Liberals.

Quiz, you live in the Interior, do I have that right? How is the general public mood towards the Liberals trending in that region? I clicked on one of the polls on the Wikipedia page and saw a great deal of support for the Liberals. I've also noticed that since the NDP's high-water mark of 2005, the Interior has trended away from the NDP towards the Liberals in every election since. Is there evidence of change and the trend reversing itself?

nope no reversal the religious whacks are truly brainwashed. their churches inform their vote.

On top of the fact that so many voters fall for the "nice guy" facade that politicians put up and that is important to maintaining social control in smaller communities?

I'm so sorry to hear that. We have a similar situation here in Manitoba. The PCs retain a large amount of support outside Winnipeg, and that's after this government has threatened to close down rural EMS stations. (There were challenges under the NDP, but everything the PCs have proposed will only make the situation worse.) It's the whole "nice guy" thing, along with the fact that local media in the small towns here are more likely to treat it as 2 friends talking over lunch rather than a journalistic responsibility to hold politicians accountable. It doesn't help that none of the opposition MLAs represent rural areas, so the government can effectively do what it wants without reprecussions. Wish there was something that could be done. The forestry thing sounds like a good start. Is there anything else?

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Agree with Vaughn Palmer that?this is a huge win for John Horgan personally tonite

quizzical

Aristotleded24 wrote:

quizzical wrote:

Aristotleded24 wrote:

quizzical wrote:
too many in this political climate. even people in Abbotsford are pissed at the Liberals.

Quiz, you live in the Interior, do I have that right? How is the general public mood towards the Liberals trending in that region? I clicked on one of the polls on the Wikipedia page and saw a great deal of support for the Liberals. I've also noticed that since the NDP's high-water mark of 2005, the Interior has trended away from the NDP towards the Liberals in every election since. Is there evidence of change and the trend reversing itself?

nope no reversal the religious whacks are truly brainwashed. their churches inform their vote.

On top of the fact that so many voters fall for the "nice guy" facade that politicians put up and that is important to maintaining social control in smaller communities?

I'm so sorry to hear that. We have a similar situation here in Manitoba. The PCs retain a large amount of support outside Winnipeg, and that's after this government has threatened to close down rural EMS stations. (There were challenges under the NDP, but everything the PCs have proposed will only make the situation worse.) It's the whole "nice guy" thing, along with the fact that local media in the small towns here are more likely to treat it as 2 friends talking over lunch rather than a journalistic responsibility to hold politicians accountable. It doesn't help that none of the opposition MLAs represent rural areas, so the government can effectively do what it wants without reprecussions. Wish there was something that could be done. The forestry thing sounds like a good start. Is there anything else?

nope. nothing in the central interior and north anyway. when you have mayors and council endorsing a candidate while actually sitting in?council and nobody complains...

bringing the mills back or a refinery would help.

NorthReport

On to?Burnaby South now and hopefully the NDP will make it 2 for 2 in BC

quizzical

also just wanna say the GP having Michelle Ney run is bs. her whole family is immersed in real estate....it's what they do.?

Aristotleded24

quizzical wrote:
also just wanna say the GP having Michelle Ney run is bs. her whole family is immersed in real estate....it's what they do.

Which is doubly ironic considering that the Greens are providing some sort of support to the NDP speculation tax as part of the deal between the 2 parties that is keeping the NDP in power.

bekayne

NorthReport wrote:

My hunch is that Justin Greenwood is a name we are going to hear a lot more of in the coming months, and also the results on January 30 may well show Liberals heading South and Conservatives heading North, as former NDP MP Sheila Malcolmson wins with strong support.???

2.06%

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Give the Speaker a bit more time?

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After the general election all?the pundits were saying the BC NDP government would not last long It now looks like it will last 4 years and popular??John Horgan will probably get a second term

https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/nanaimo-votes-in-byelection-today

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quizzical

Aristotleded24 wrote:

quizzical wrote:
also just wanna say the GP having Michelle Ney run is bs. her whole family is immersed in real estate....it's what they do.

Which is doubly ironic considering that the Greens are providing some sort of support to the NDP speculation tax as part of the deal between the 2 parties that is keeping the NDP in power.

?the 2 from Nanaimo's real estate world did not get close?which says to me both were playing on their dad's coattails getting nominated to run.

with Michelle the GP choose the bigger recognition name but the punk rocker might have?done better. Nanaimo is s music town.?

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