Apr 06 2011

Anyone but Harper

If you’re planning on voting strategically (i.e., vote for the non-Conservative candidate to make sure you don’t split the vote and usher in a Conservative candidate), then check out this resource.

Type in your postal code, and it gives you an idea of who has a chance to beat the Conservative candidate in your riding.

Remember, if you live in a riding where there’s no way a Conservative can lose, then vote your conscience. If it’s going to be competitive, then bite the bullet and realize that ANYONE is better than Stephen Harper.

h/t to Jen!

N.B. If this doesn’t work for you, try logging into Facebook first. If you don’t have Facebook, then I’m not sure if it will work for you.

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  1. 1
    Riz S

    Whatever that link is? Doesn’t work for me. I just get a big grey box.

  2. 2

    Granny porn?

    It appears only to work if you are logged into Facebook.

  3. 3
    Riz S

    Sir, I am *always* logged in to facebook. Actually my primary browser doesn’t even work if I’m not.

    Still no dice though : I’ll try tomorrow on some other browser perhaps. Haven’t run into any widget and/or application trouble before, though, hrm.

  4. 4

    Hmm, disconcerting. I am running Opera and it works for me. Anyone else having a problem?

  5. 5

    I’m actually voting strategically myself. I’m voting Conservative because I know they’re the only party that can defeat the Liberals, NDP and Bloc.

  6. 6

    Hahaha. Nice.

    I’ll take “things that totally don’t surprise me” for 800, Alex.

  7. 7
    Riz S

    I got it working. The problem must be Chromium (but it works fine in Chrome). I[ run RocketMelt at home (a product of Netscape) which integrates the Chromium-sourced browser with facebook integration, that's why I use it.]

    I loaded it in Chrome here at work though and I’m seeing it. I’ll have to download Chrome at home to see if it isn’t my computer just being a wanker (always a possibility).

  8. 8

    Works for me – running Firefox.

    It basically confirmed what I was thinking…. Though it got the name of the NDP candidate in Burnaby-Douglas wrong.

  9. 9

    I’m actually having trouble with this on firefox. Does anyone know about widgets here? It says it is using flash player or something but is there another program I might need to operate this properly? I’ve never used a widget before.

    Disappointing, I liked the anyonebutharper.ca website in 08 even though it failed.

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