Accidental Deliberations: On first steps

Hey look, some positive election results! Congratulations to everybody who ran in Regina’s municipal elections (and in those around the province) – and particularly the progressive electees who will have the chance to shape policy for the next four year. But while it’s a relief to have representatives in place

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Accidental Deliberations: On advance preparation

I’ve noted before that Scott Moe’s spring election posturing prevented Elections Saskatchewan from putting together a full postal balloting system for this fall’s provincial election. And I haven’t yet heard of any municipalities going to a full vote-by-mail balloting system for their subsequent votes (though I’d be interested to hear

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Accidental Deliberations: On inclusion

Following up on yesterday’s posts (and with advance polls still open in Regina’s municipal election), I’ll close with a quick comment on the public school board elections. Under most circumstances, I’d be relatively unconcerned about school board elections based on the province’s authority (and propensity) to take over decision-making power

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