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What matters most on July 19, 2018
Aldo Santin07/19/2018 7:00 PM
Concerns are being raised about the lack of rules and regulations surrounding the Oct. 24 ballot question that will ask Winnipeggers whether Portage and Main should be reopened to pedestrians.
Manitoba is one of only three provinces that has no regulations surrounding election-ballot questions, which means supporters and opponents could spend as much as they want in a campaign that could continue outside voting locations up to the time the polls close.
“With the potential for a free-for-all on the subject, I question whether voters will have quality information on which to base their decision,” said University of Winnipeg political studies professor Aaron Moore.
07/19/2018 7:00 PM
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