Today, Quebecers head to the polls, ready to elect what may be the least scary PQ government in the province’s history. That’s not a commentary on Marois, who is running on a disgustingly xenophobic platform. But even if the PQ gets a majority, it will be a majority built on only a third of the . . . → Read More: Calgary Grit: Quebec Votes Tonight
Three parties entered the Quebec election with a chance to win, and while the PQ appears to be stumbling to victory, it’s nearly impossible to predict what will happen on Tuesday.
Of course, that’s not stopping anyone.
La Presse (thanks to CROP) projects a PQ minority, while the National Post (thanks to Forum) and the . . . → Read More: Calgary Grit: Your Guess is as Good as Mine
I’ve already written about the difficulties of using seat projection models due to the unique circumstances of this Alberta election. So rather than crunch the numbers, I thought it might prove more useful to conduct a “wisdom of the masses” exercise, by looking at the predictions being made in the Great Alberta Election pool. Here’s . . . → Read More: CalgaryGrit: Alberta Votes Day 28: What to expect tomorrow
Above: Preview of post-election Cabinet meetings?
Despite a lackluster debate performance by Alison Redford, a pair of post-debate polls show the Wildrose margin down to 7 points. With daily controversies dogging Danielle Smith, there’s no guarantee that lead will hold and, even if it does, it’s impossible to accurately project what the next legislature will . . . → Read More: CalgaryGrit: Alberta Votes Day 24: Sleeping Arrangements at Minority Motel