Again, we are hearing from the Green’s in Saanich-Gulf Islands. This time there are a group of Green supporters on the ground trying to get other locals to pair their votes:
My name is Dan and I’m in Saanich-Gulf Islands. Recently a few concerned people got together and discussed how to do our best to see a “not Conservative” MP elected, and in this case it’s Elizabeth May who we’re rallying behind.
I cannot speak for my whole group, but personally I believe that vote swapping education could go a long way to seeing the riding go one way versus another. Perhaps even better than traditional political party door-knocking, which seems to have been the “best” way in the past to get votes. There’s only a couple days till the Advanced Polls and not much longer till Election Day, and we’ve come up with some ideas to inform people about vote swapping options, such as by hand-delivering letters to homes with Liberal and NDP signs out front.
Liberals and NDP’ers in Saanich we need you! Make your vote count in some close ridings across the country!
Pair voting can make
votes count in critical ridings for
preferred parties (for example, Burnaby-Douglas for the NDP; or Kingston and the Islands for the Liberal Party). These swaps give Ms. May a better chance at finally winning the Green Party a seat in the House of Commons, and have the added benefit of
increasing chances for the NDP’s Kennedy Stewart in Burnaby-Douglas
the Liberal Party’s Ted Hsu in Kingston and the Islands. It’s win-win-win, all around!