Parties should unit this time

The worst thing we can do is split the non-Conservative vote the way we did in this riding in 2008 election.

The worst thing we can do is split the non-Conservative vote the way we did in this riding in 2008 election.

If the NDP, Green and Liberal votes had been combined into one opposition against Lunney, they would have won the seat.

I would love to see these candidates come together to endorse one opposition to Lunney, but I know that won’t happen.

Everyone who wants to see Harper ousted should vote strategically for the candidate who finished second in the last election.

With the NDP pulling even with the Liberals in the polls, the NDP may even have a shot at forming government.

I think Liberals, Greens and Conservatives can find enough in common with the NDP platform to vote strategically for the greater good of relieving James Lunney of his privileged post.

A lot of Conservatives I talk to think Harper’s government needs to go. We need to make sure it happens this time before our country is forever changed.

C. Pahl, Parksville

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