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Nanaimo asks the polls to refuse to condemn B.C.'s power to balance power



All political views are Nanaimo, B.C., today's decision making options, as prime minister of John Horr NDP as the president of the government.

The opposition's liberals have 42 seats, 43 NDP and Green Party together. Berde agreed to support NDP after the 2017 provincial elections, forming a minority government.

If liberals tie Nanaimo and join 43-43 rounds, the independent spokesman, Darryl Plecas, would have to cast all of his votes. Leonard Krog, a five-year NDP member, was named. After appointing Nanaimo's mayor, he refused to seat him.

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Meet Candidates

They go to six seats. Sheila Malcolmson, Nanaimo-Ladysmith's NDP United Nations Organization, aimed at changing provincial policy, was a Nanaimo nominee for December.

Liberal has been named by Nanaimo, a company of Tony Harris, and Justin Greenwood is a conservative fund in the business administration and real estate market.

Three of the six candidates B.C. According to Nanaimo: Green Party's Michele Ney, left, Tony Harris, liberal, center, and NDP's Sheila Malcolmson, right. (CBC)

B.C. The Greens selected Michele Ney, former mayor Nanaimo and MLA professor and daughter of Frank Ney province. The Vancouver Island Party and Libertarian Bill Walker are the last two candidates for Robin Richardson.

For the full six candidates profile, click here.

NDP horsebacked, 45,359 registered voters in the last 15 elections 13.

January's polls will be winners in the legislature in the winter session and the provincial budget will be announced in February.

Residents of the community have said they will take into account the housing pre-proposals and health care.


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