Finally, after months of speculation and a week where the moment seemed it could be any second we have entered into a provincial election.
The question now is, what’s going to happen?
Will there be excessive mud-slinging? Probably. But in NS those antics rarely pay off.
Will there be promises? Of course!
Will there be drama? We hope so, to keep things “interesting”!
With the last provincial election, we were voting for three parties that seemed to be unable to distance themselves from each other. And realistically, I think we’re going to get the same this time around.
In a system where parties are trying to be all things for all people we now have 3 political parties that mostly sound the same, especially in Nova Scotia.
Over the next few days, I’m hoping to sit down the the platforms of each of the three main parties and see what they have to say going into this election. Don’t worry, I’ll post my thoughts here.
As we go in, I should set out my position as a member of the community.
I do not publicly endorse any party or candidate. I never have, I doubt I ever will. I am politically engaged, in that I pay attention to what parties say at any time, whether it’s an election campaign or not. And, whoever is elected, I will get to know and be willing to work with this person to better the lives of the people in the community where I live. And I’m not afraid to let the official know if I am displeased, but will only do so personally, taking it public only if other avenues are not successful.
So… I’m going for a ride, one that will likely be all over the political map. I hope you join me for the ride!
Not sure how elections work in Nova Scotia? Check out the Elections Nova Scotia website.