Are the Greens currently winning?

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Urban Cowboy
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Re: Are the Greens currently winning?

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Oh the Greens have been recognized. [icon_lol2.gif]

You really should consider being an author. I mean the gift for writing fiction is just spectacular.

Hope you didn't have any money riding on the election. [icon_lol2.gif]
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Re: Are the Greens currently winning?

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We'll no, he is right. In BC, four seats are required to be recognized as an official party.
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Re: Are the Greens currently winning?

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May I do a bit of editing, 'bazinga42'? In B.C., four seats are required to be recognized as an official party.
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Re: Are the Greens currently winning?

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Sorry, typing on a small screen with crappy autocorrect.

And I should correct myself... four seats are NORMALLY required, by convention. There is no law governing party status vs seats. Alberta, for example, has twice CHOSEN to recognise a party with two seats. BC has never made such a concession, but that could very well be part of the buttering up process that the Liberals may be wise to offer up early. She'd look good coming out and congratulating the Greens for their progress and offering status, and no doubt garner favor - both public and political - in the process.
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Re: Are the Greens currently winning?

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bazinga42 wrote:We'll no, he is right. In BC, four seats are required to be recognized as an official party.


I know that. I mean it in the sense that because they improved so much this election, everyone is suddenly taking note of them.
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