Sunday, November 21, 2004

24 Hours Until Alberta Votes

With less than a day before the polls open, Ralph Klein's last campaign is almost finished. The 'issue-light' race has never been close, the Premier has never put forth any substantiative ideas about the future, and yet he carries a large lead as Albertans head to the polls. Here's another roundup of election news:

An Edmonton voter ate his ballot to protest a 'gap in democracy'. link

Ralph Klein sees leaving the province debt free as his legacy -- not health care. link

A former Alberta Senator has told Albertans not to bother voting for Senator because the results won't matter. link

Seniors groups are rallying against the Conservatives. link

The Liberal education plan has received broad support from university students. link

Tomorrow is coronation day, so enjoy what limited political discussion we have coming out of Alberta while you can. It's back to Ralph's World starting on Tuesday.


Blogger Caurus said...

I like the stories which have called the campaign 'Kleinfeld'. This has been a sad pathetic joke.

2:59 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank god this nonsense will be over soon. This has been an incredible waste of time, everyone knows Klein will get re-elected, what's the point?

3:04 p.m.  

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