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Clara May 16
Five votes! If you needed a reminder that every vote counts, has got you
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Fred Hutton May 16
We voted. Daughter’s first provincial election. Took 11 minutes. Encourage younger folks in your life to take the time.
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Melissa Royle May 16
Of all the election coverage, I’m most troubled to see the Rebel mic. 🙄
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Melissa Royle May 16
I spoiled my ballot. I took it, held it, gazed at it lovingly, took it to the spa, bought it flowers and then filled it out and put it in the ballot box because I love voting that much.
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Mark Quinn May 16
Here's a GIF of Odily Onyia voting for the first time.
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Lana Payne May 10
This is exhausting. These are rights. It’s simple. What’s also simple is if as a party you support these human rights, you should not welcome candidates who oppose them. This is not rocket science.
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Forum Research Inc. May 15
Here we go: 38% Lib, 47%% PC, 7% NDP, 8% Other. PC Majority: 24 PC, 14 Liberal, 2 NDP seats expected.
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Melissa Royle May 10
PC leader Ches Crosbie booting a socially regressive candidate is a welcome (to me) reassurance - and reminder to national media - that regardless of next week’s NL election outcome, we are not following in the Kenny/Ford footsteps.
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CBC Newfoundland and Labrador May 16
Replying to @CBCNL
WOW. NDP candidate Jordan Brown defeats Liberal cabinet minister Graham Letto in Labrador West by FIVE VOTES This will trigger a recount
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Jessica Maria May 16
Here Ches, let me help you: “Congratulations to Dwight Ball on a race well run. I look forward to working with you to best serve the people of Newfoundland and Labrador and to challenging you when we disagree.” That’s what you say. That’s how you concede with grace.
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Mr Grip$ May 15
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Hasan Hai May 17
Congrats to for the win! To and for running great, positive campaigns. Looking forward to seeing 40 MHA’s work together for the betterment of all. I’m proud of what my team did, and look forward to running again!
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🐙Kerri Claire Neil🐙 May 10
The PC Party pandering to women by promising affordable childcare & supporting candidates who are anti-abortion is exactly why I don't trust them to lead
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Sara Kavanagh May 16
In the 1989 provincial election my grandfather won his seat by just TWO votes. For those who think their vote doesn’t matter, the future of our province could come down to a couple of votes. If you want to have a say in your own future, please get out and vote today
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Mark Critch May 16
That’s ok, Ezra. If you need to get your news from CBC, it’s ok. You sent me an email promising a blue wave so I was watching. I’m glad you decided to use some mainstream media, after, to get the facts right. Come to NL yourself, sometime and I’ll show ya around!
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Keith Dunne May 15
General election voter turnout (%): 2019 - ??.? 2015 - 55.3 2011 - 57.9 2007 - 60.2 2003 - 72.5 1999 - 69.5 1996 - 74.4 1993 - 83.6 I have some serious concerns about where this one is going to stack up.
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Melissa Royle May 17
PC leader Ches Crosbie has released the speech he should have delivered last night.
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The NL NDP May 16
The new MHA for St. John’s East - Quidi Vidi, Leader
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Elections NL May 15
Tomorrow is Election Day in Newfoundland and Labrador! Polls will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. (half hour earlier in most of Labrador). To find out where to vote, visit:
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George Murphy May 16
Remember...the people are always right...On the way to concede.We gave it all we could and I can only thank my great team.
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