Alberta’s Gilligan’s Island Election

Math is difficult. The most difficult math at the moment is figuring out where Prentice finds the 40 seats he needs for a majority.

Math is difficult. The most difficult math at the moment is figuring out where Prentice finds the 40 seats he needs for a majority.

My latest for the Post:

The 2012 clash between Danielle Smith and Alison Redford was an epic battle between two gifted politicians. It was must-see-TV for political junkies. The 2015 campaign? It reads like a script of Gilligan’s Island with bumbling gaffes and nonsensical plot lines. I mean, honestly, the prospect of an NDP government in Alberta seems about as plausible as a coconut phone.

Posted on by CalgaryGrit in 2015 Alberta Election, Alberta Politics

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A former Calgary Liberal, now living in Toronto. My writings on politics can be found at www.calgarygrit.ca and online at the National Post.

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One Response to Alberta’s Gilligan’s Island Election

  1. JamesF

    I’m kind of surprised by the lack of media ordered polls… Mainstreet is in the field semi-frequently but besides one poll by Forum and another by an outfit named Patheon there is precious little out there. Seems odd that in the closest Alberta election in… ever?… that so few are available.

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