Graph Time: Canadian Election

A graph of what Canadian voters did yesterday, and what the House of Commons looks like now.


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  1. You’ve got the Bloc and NDP seats reversed.

  2. Thanks – fixed it now.

  3. The election cost around $300M and with under 14M people voting. That works out to about $21 per vote. Personally I don’t think it was worth a penny over $7.50.

  4. I wonder how they cost that? Does it include individual donations? Or the tax credits from those donations? Or what?
    I often think elections are run on the cheap – all those wooden tables and rickety chairs – so where does the money go?

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