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    Typically as a Canadian I vote Liberal, although I am more of a Centrist and tend to adapt my vote according to how I am feeling about what is happening in my Province/Country at the time of elections.
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    Quote Originally Posted by targo View Post
    Typically as a Canadian I vote Liberal, although I am more of a Centrist and tend to adapt my vote according to how I am feeling about what is happening in my Province/Country at the time of elections.
    What province, Ontario?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sundowning View Post
    What province, Ontario?
    No,, I am in BC! The lower mainland area
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    dont have one

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    Nice! I had family in the Kimberly/Cranbrook area.

    Wouldn't mind visiting again one of these years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sundowning View Post
    Nice! I had family in the Kimberly/Cranbrook area.

    Wouldn't mind visiting again one of these years.

    Kimberly/Cranbrook is GORGEOUS!!!! I haven't been there in about 20yrs but I remember the beauty of it all. My family is in the Kamloops/Vernon area. I personally like the city
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    [OT] The Liberal Party of Canada has the coolest nickname of any party, IMO: the Grits.

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    None. At the recent state elections I ended up voting for Jesus Christ and the A-Team coalition. I wouldn't bother voting at all, but they fine you otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Voting is compulsory in Australia. I've always voted Liberal (Australian equivalent of Republicans I guess) because Labor is a joke. But I think I'll vote Labor next election because I'd prefer a relatively harmless joke to the somewhat sinister joke the Liberals have become. It's surprisingly difficult to change your political allegiance.
    I find it more difficult to find a party with whom I really identify.

    There is much of a muchness between the liberal and labor parties, especially in NSW state politics. The recent state election left me a little disillusioned.

    The federal election this year should be interesting. I am looking forward to the Howard v. Rudd show and seeing who ends up in The Lodge.

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    I don't vote party, but I'm most closely associated with the Libertarian party, and I tend to vote for party candidates more than other parties. I am distinctly against most Democrats, but I will admit that I once voted for one...not that he really stood for the party, because he might as well have been a Republican, especially since his office doesn't matter from a party affiliation standpoint. He won, in fact.

    The rest were Libertarians, Independents, Republican, and even one Constitution. Obviously, usually, they don't win. However, I don't throw away my vote - I support those I agree with that would do the best job in the position they are running for.

    I'm distinctly for some of the things the Green party stands for, but I am against the methods they would employ, and completely passionately oppose many other parts of their platform.

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