Friday, February 24, 2012

New column day

Here, on the open questions as to whether Nathan Cullen's plan for pre-electoral cooperation would serve any useful purpose.

For further reading expanding on the points in the column:
- I've previously posted on some of the practical considerations involved in Cullen's proposal, while also questioning whether we should write off the possibility of the NDP winning a true majority on its own and pointing out the failures of strategic voting schemes in 2011.
- Alice ran through her own list of pros and cons to the Cullen plan.
- Malcolm crunched the numbers as to the vote retention rate needed to make pre-electoral cooperation work.
- And Stuart Parker theorized that pre-electoral cooperation might work better than some of the proposed alternatives.

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