Tuesday, January 26, 2021
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Americans brace for 2020's partisan reckoning

Americans brace for 2020's partisan reckoning

Be it because of Donald Trump, COVID-19 or Black Lives Matter, Americans seem all in, for once, on the 2020 vote: more than 97.5 million ballots have already been cast, nearly three-quarters the total turnout four years ago.

Americans brace for 2020's partisan reckoning

U.S. Senate battles offer political drama aplenty

U.S. Senate battles offer political drama aplenty

Across the country, COVID-19, Trump fatigue and a famously polarized electorate have all but reduced the 2020 election to a referendum on a single issue: who is best equipped to lead people safely out of the pandemic.

U.S. Senate battles offer political drama aplenty

Wilkinson to step down as B.C. Liberal leader

Wilkinson to step down as B.C. Liberal leader

In a brief statement today, Wilkinson says he's asked the party president to work with the executive to determine a timeline for the leadership process that will pick his successor.

Wilkinson to step down as B.C. Liberal leader

B.C. election voter turnout hits new low

B.C. election voter turnout hits new low

Statistics from Elections BC going back to 1928 show the second lowest voter turnout was 55.14 per cent during the 2009 election.

B.C. election voter turnout hits new low

NDP win majority government in B.C.

NDP win majority government in B.C.

With just under half the polls reporting results, the NDP were leading and elected in 54 seats. The B.C. Liberals were leading and elected in 30 and the Greens in three.

NDP win majority government in B.C.

Polls close in British Columbia election

Polls close in British Columbia election

NDP Leader John Horgan dissolved his minority government a year before the province's fixed voting date and his decision to call a snap election emerged as a key issue in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Polls close in British Columbia election