The official campaign around the future of British Columbia’s electoral system is set to kick off July 1 and there are still questions about who the official proponents will be.
Later this year, voters will be asked in a two-part referendum to either vote yes on one of three systems of proportional representation (PR) or choose to keep the current first-past-the-post (FPTP) system.
The provincial government has still not provided guidelines to Elections BC to choose both an official “Yes” and “No” side for the campaign.
“The rules and application have not yet been put out,” said Bill Tieleman, who is part of a group hoping to lead the No campaign. “We were told that July 1 was the campaign start and that union and corporate donations would be stopped.”
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