As we head into the final campaign push for electoral reform in B.C., many of us are reaching out to friends, family and acquaintances to encourage them to vote yes to Pro Rep. But some of us are wondering how to engage folks who aren’t likely to vote or dragging their feet to get their ballots in before the December 7 deadline. In this episode, Dogwood’s own Vancouver Organizer, Emily Glass, discusses how to have motivating conversations with the people in our lives and ensure they vote for Pro Rep.

This episode was recorded on Coast Salish territory.

Please note: This episode was recorded before Elections BC extended their deadline. Please ensure Elections BC receives your ballot before December 7 at 4:30 p.m.

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The case for Pro Rep with Seth Klein

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B.C. scare tactics echo New Zealand referendum, guest writer Kate Williamson, Dogwood

What exactly is proportional representation?, Arie Ross, Dogwood

The case for electoral reform, Policy Note, Seth Klein and Vyas Saran

Electoral reform is simple, actually, Policy Note, Seth Klein and Vyas Saran