Greens back away from strategic voting – sort of

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Canada’s Green Party is backing away from strategic voting after party leader Elizabeth May was quoted last week endorsing the concept:

“We are too close to the edge of a global apocalypse. We have got to grab the opportunities we have. And, clearly, the contribution Canadians can make to a global solution is to get rid of Stephen Harper.”

For more on this issue, and for strategic advice on how to concentrate the climate change vote in a way that will block the recalcitrant Canadian Conservatives from forming a majority government, go to VoteForEnvironment.ca .

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