P.E.I. Green Party candidate dies days before provincial election
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Josh Underhay and his young son died in a 'tragic accident,' according to a statement issued by P.E.I. Green Party Leader Peter Bevan-Baker late Friday night.
I don't know this will giving them more votes in the upcoming days, but luck seems giving their party just one more seat to definitely control minority government.
I may be misunderstanding but it seems a bit cold to be talking about this story entirely in the context of their electoral chances regarding 'luck' and stuff. This Onion video once satirised the idea of approaching politics in this way:
It's possible I've misconstrued your post but it might be better to wait a bit before debating on how this will affect them in the polls, that's all.
While you made a very good point, I don’t know if the Canadian (especially P.E.I) voters aren’t aware by this. But we will maybe see this effect in their general election regardless.
Fuck, man, we don't need good people with the will to go into politics dying on us.
Reminds me of Jack Layton, and makes me think of a possible conspiracy story involving the corporate elite killing promising candidates of the more left-leaning parties
Thankfully I'm not quite delusional enough to believe that would actually be the case, but it'd make for a good novel or show.
Yea, especially this time was more with one of their member candidate and its child was killed, not its leader of their party.
Election in Charlottetown
They're delaying the election in this district because of this.
jesus christ this video is something
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