On September 27, 2010 we will head to the polls, and this time more then any it is time to put plotting aside and look to your deepest heart.

Every vote in this election will count, whether it be the vote for one of the two mainstream parties or the vote for one of the three other parties all contesting for seats in this election. This time every person in the province really should vote. If you can’t stand Shawn Graham, look through all the other 4 parties platforms and choose the one that best suits you. If David Alward scares you that badly, look through all the other 4 parties platforms and choose the one that best suits you. Realistically when only 60% of the province votes as a general rule then if everyone votes all options are really and truly open. Look at everyone and every thing, choose the party or choose the local candidate whose views best match your own and take now as the opportunity to learn everything you can because in just under a week one of the most important days in reshaping the future of this province will be upon you.

Stand up and be counted. More importantly make your voice heard loud and clear. If you think the two mainstream parties are really no different then each other and that is your reason not to vote then look at the rest of the parties and choose one of them.

Every person that stays home without voting is blindly casting their lot for the status quo. Even if the minor parties do not win the election overall every vote that goes to one of those parties is a direct message to the mainstream parties that we are no longer going to continue to support the status quo. If enough people stand up to be counted and enough people vote for change, even if it does not end in a complete change in government it will send a message to strong to be ignored


Stand up and let your message be heard