Politics is largely about the benjamins
Awaiting Michael Chong’s private member’s bill
The latest fundraising totals for the Conservatives, Liberals and NDP
The second quarter fundraising results
Progressives: Be tough and get young people to vote for you
The Conservative quits cabinet and will run in a by-election
If you want be leader, you should have some chance of winning
Why all the fuss in Saskatchewan?
Aaron Wherry on an idea that’s too cute by half
Reviewing the by-elections, Alice Funke focuses on the Green vote.
But, if you look more closely at the right-hand side of the second graph above, and examine the parties’ historic
Alice Funke reviews the third quarter fundraising returns.
For the first time ever, since early 2008, the NDP has reported a higher national quarterly contributions total than the Liberal Party.
Alice Funke talks to Allan Gregg about his thoughts on Orwell and the Harper government.
Q. You didn’t mince words really last night. You were pretty hard on the Canadian
Joanna Smith reports that the NDP returned $344,468 after the Conservatives complained about union sponsorships at the NDP’s 2011 convention in Vancouver.
An NDP insider familiar with the issue said
Alice Funke reviews the second quarter returns, including the competitive race for second place.
At some $3.74M year-to-date the NDP has raised nearly as much by the end of June
In a long post with various charts and graphs, Alice Funke reviews the vote and campaign spending figures from last year’s election.
All three national parties spent very nearly to
Alice Funke looks at how 2008 voters moved in 2011.
The NDP was able to win over a greater percentage of vote switchers in 2011 than any other party did,
An early poll gives the Liberals the lead in the contested riding. Alice Funke reviews the voting history and considers the political narratives.
The Conservatives need to figure out which