(Results are just starting to trickle in. Out of 338 seats, all 17 (5%) of the ones declared thus far are Liberal. This should be interesting...)
After 78 days of campaigning, the election day is upon us. Polls have already been closed in the Maritime provincees, Newfoundland, and Larbrador. Poll stations in Western Canada, at least BC, are still open for just under two more hours.
Whoever takes the cake, it's forecast to be a tight race between the three leading parties; Conservatives headed by Harper, the New Democratic party led by Thomas Mulcair, and of course the Liberals fronted by Justin Trudeau.
Most Canadians have had to endure weeks of commercials, usually telling us why we shouldn't vote for others, not so much focusing on why we shoudl vote for anyone. 'Just not ready' being the tagline for most Conservative ads against the Liberals. Harping on Justin Trudeau, Liberal leader, for being too young, lacking any 'wisdom' and experience.
On top of other shameless Conservative ads directly stating 'We're better off iwth Harper'.
Despite there having been a nationwide event on FB titled 'Harper Going Away Party'.
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78 days of campaigning? That sounds awesome. In the us they are already going even tho the election is still a year out.0