Seven weeks and two days ago the preliminary results (pdf) of the 41st Provincial General Election in British Columbia were posted, and they remained unchanged two weeks later after all absentee ballots were counted and various reviews and challenges adressed. The ruling BC Liberal[O en.WP] government had lost its majority, and would be replaced by a coalition Continue reading “On the eve…”
Last fall I voted in the 2016 US election, which began in earnest in 2014 but there was a lot of speculation and reporting from 2013. Last summer, in addition to the constant noise of the US vote, there was the Brexit referendum[en.WP]. This past weekend saw the final tour of the Presidential election[fr.WP] in France, soon to be followed by a general election[en.WP] in the United Kingdom (June 8th) and Legislative elections[fr.WP] (June 11th and 18th) in France. Even sooner, tomorrow is the Provincial general elections[O en.WP] here in British Columbia, Canada. Later will come the German elections.
I am finding it all a bit too much at the moment.
All these contests are extremely important, and there are many others besides. But for the moment I am feeling just a touch stressed. And I am, slightly, avoiding my usual dealers in newsjunky junk.
But I suspect if there were further movement to impeach Trump on the emoluments clause[AnnCon] I would be on that quicker than… nevermind. Fast.