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Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – March 5

So far, I’ve limited these rankings to the question of which candidate I see as most likely to emerge victorious at the Saskatchewan NDP’s leadership convention.

But since the rankings haven’t produced any substantial movement, I’ll include a bit more to this week’s prognostication, adding my best guess as to the candidates’ first-ballot support andestimated . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – March 5

Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – February 19

While there’s been plenty of news in Saskatchewan’s NDP leadership campaign over the past week, there’s hasn’t been much evidence to suggest the campaign’s shape has changed to any great degree. So rather than explaining why this week’s rankings stay the same, I’ll include a comment on pluses for each candidate which haven’t received much . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – February 19

Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – February 12

As I mentioned in my follow-up notes from Saturday’s Saskatchewan NDP leadership debate, the candidates’ performance hasn’t done much to change my impression as to their relative position. (Which, as a reminder, is different from my personal endorsement.)

But there have been a couple of additional indicators over the past week: the audience response to . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – February 12

Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – February 5

Once again, there’s been relatively little to shift the respective rankings of Saskatchewan’s NDP leadership candidates. So I’ll use this post to point out a few points of interest which haven’t yet made it into roundup posts.

1. Ryan Meili (1)

I haven’t spent much time assessing the choice of image made by the leadership . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – February 5

Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – January 29

At the best of times, what’s visible and accessible to the public makes for only a relatively small part of a leadership campaign’s work. But that goes doubly over the course of a week featuring a membership deadline with no corresponding announcement of the results.

With that in mind, we shouldn’t be surprised to see . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – January 29

Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – January 22

Not surprisingly, there’s relatively little change in this week’s rankings: there have been relatively few new developments, and the most significant ones have mostly reinforced the candidates’ current placements.

1. Ryan Meili (1)

Meili’s December fund-raising success ensured that his top ranking wouldn’t be in jeopardy. But the most important numbers for his campaign will . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – January 22

Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – January 15, 2013

Following up on yesterday’s introductory post, here are my first candidate rankings for the Saskatchewan NDP leadership race.

1. Ryan Meili (–)

Lest there be any doubt, there’s still plenty of guesswork involved in trying to rank where the candidates stand: the lone poll we’ve seen during the course of the campaign was released back . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings – January 15, 2013

Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings Introduction

As I did in the NDP’s federal leadership campaign in 2012, I’ll start shortly with weekly rankings intended to highlight the relative positioning of the Saskatchewan NDP’s leadership candidates. But before I get into the rankings themselves, I’ll offer both a reminder of what they’re intended to accomplish, and a description of how I’ll put . . . → Read More: Accidental Deliberations: #skndpldr Candidate Rankings Introduction