Vote Count

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Glacier wrote: ... and even Skeena.

That's a stunner that caught me (and a lot of people I bet) by complete surprise. The NDP campaigned politically like the Toronto Maple Leafs played hockey. "Sorry we're so far ahead, here - have some goals and catch up"
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steven lloyd wrote:That's a stunner that caught me (and a lot of people I bet) by complete surprise. The NDP campaigned politically like the Toronto Maple Leafs played hockey. "Sorry we're so far ahead, here - have some goals and catch up"

I said the same thing on Facebook half an hour ago!

Christy Clark is still running behind in her own riding though!
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this should be even more interesting, if clark loses but the party wins *rolling on the floor laughing my rear off*


i guess the liberals now have carte blanche to

bring back the HST
put everything up for sale to liberal insiders
more corruption
more lies

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LOL

congrats to the liberals!!!!
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Can we please have the HST back now?
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Jonrox wrote:Can we please have the HST back now?


Amen.

I thought Vanderzalm was leading the NDP? LOL
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Glacier wrote:Christy Clark is still running behind in her own riding though!


Not anymore.

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Wow polls don't mean anything anymore. Just like Alberta . Aha ha ha ha ha ha. NDP losers that's what you get when you put ghoul at the lead. Worst campaign ever . Go change your diaper for the good . Talk about crapping the bed.
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I bet Christy is biting her nails right now. It's been nose to nose in her riding.
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NDP defeated in B.C., CBC News projects
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BC Election results 2013: Global News projects a majority Liberal government
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Wow, even Harry Lali has lost his seat after 20 years in politics.
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National Post: Liberals stun pollsters, march to surprise victory in B.C. election
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lol
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This isn't done and there's some very interesting finishes to happen, but what an interesting night. Looking better than anything that could have been hoped for.
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I'm happy that the Green Party won a seat in the Victoria area. Its a historical night for them. Coincidentally, the only federal Green seat is also in the Victoria area. Right now its 51 Liberal to 32 NDP. Its very surprising to see that the Liberal Party has made so much of a comeback. It looks like the Liberals are going to hold onto all their Okanagan seats as well.

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