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Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Who should I vote for? (Oct 6/11 Ontario Election version)

Two of my colleagues have asked the question "Who should I vote for, Edely?"

Answer was the same to both:

1) Decide if you want to vote "for" something (a person, a policy or a point of view/ideology) or "against" something.

2) I suggest the affirmative approach - pick something you "want" as an outcome, nevermind trying to vote "strategically", it requires too much anticipation of too many other people's actions and other variables.

3) Examine the Leadership - does one Party-spokesperson's message, content & tone- resonate with you as true and "what you'd say in the same situation"?
-if not, forget them (they might not get elected in their own riding anyway)

4) Examine the local candidates -does one of those person's message, content & tone PLUS their person (age, life experience, political/social/economic background, maturity, enthusiasm, practicality, verge, gusto, responsibility etc) - resonate with you as true and "what you'd say in the same situation"?

Does one local candidate seem "almost like you"?

5) Pick the person who YOU think will do what's best for YOU (and everyone like you).

6) If this makes sense - Pass this on.


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