Comment 77255

By Ergot (anonymous) | Posted May 24, 2012 at 15:24:07 in reply to Comment 77246

Simple math:

2010 Election had 353,317 registered voters, of which 141,174 bothered to vote.

Assuming that those trends play out more or less the same in 2014, and that there is a less fragmented ballot, basically a two-way race in every case, all we need to do is get 70,000 or so Hamiltonians to agree on something, and change will follow.

Then it's just down to carving out any systemic rot that is present outside of Council.

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