A green Party vote does count

Why is the media ignoring the Green Party and its leader Elizabeth May?

Why is the media ignoring the Green Party and its leader Elizabeth May?

She is smart, answers questions in a comprehensive manner backed up with research and a carefully thought out long-term perspective.

She is extremely hardworking and a team player avoiding all the petty political party bickering. She doesn’t make specious promises, or verbal attacks on other party leaders.

She truly wants to get on with the job of governing the country.

A Green vote is not a wasted vote. With a minority government, the Green Party, with a minimum of 12 seats, could hold the balance of power.

Yes we need a change and wouldn’t a minority government situation with all parties participating at their highest level be the change we need?

Sheila CreaseParksville

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