NO MMP
NO MMP
If you want your MPP to REPRESENT YOU to the GOVERNMENT, vote FOR DEMOCRACY and AGAINST MMP on OCTOBER 10.

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"Howard Hampton's riding is the size of France. By reducing the number of ridings, you will be increasing the remaining ridings' sizes. Does this really serve to help with the representation of the people when the MPP cannot easily or realistically travel all over his/her riding?" - Brendon Bedford, Waterloo, ON

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QUESTION

Isn't giving political parties total control over the makeup of the list undemocratic?

ANSWER

It certainly is. It is important to be highly ranked on a party list in MMP. If a candidate is highly ranked, then he or she is pretty much guaranteed a seat at Queen's Park, so long as that party gets 3% of the vote. So if you want to vote for a party but do not like whom they have at the top of the list, you are pretty much stuck. Not only is this undemocratic, it is also unfair.