Moving from the current first-past-the-post electoral system to a proportional system would likely increase both government spending and deficits in B.C.
In the upcoming referendum, British Columbians will vote on what voting system they prefer for provincial elections.
In the upcoming referendum, British Columbians will decide whether or not to change the province’s voting system.
This fall, British Columbians will vote in a referendum on what voting system they prefer for provincial elections.
With this approach, British Columbians won’t know how the PR voting systems would work in practice.
New Zealanders weren’t asked a simple yes or no question.
Lower Mainland residents could change the way all British Columbians elect their democratic representatives
Currently, next fall’s referendum requires only 50 per cent-plus one of the popular vote.