When theres an election how do you decide?

@saundyl (9690)
Canada
October 13, 2008 11:30am CST
I'm really in to politics so i don't understand alot of how it works. I know i should but I've been really interested. I intend to vote in our election here in Canada tomorrow but...I havent figured out what i want to vote for. Are there websites for each of the parties that list what AREAS they can be voted for in (i am aware that some parties dont have representation in every riding) and their positions on things? Television ads really don't help...they seem to be intent on bashing eachother for the major parties and you don't hear much from the minor parties. How do you decide? I seem to see more about the American Elections on the Starchoice Satellite channels than the Canadian one. PS political debates on tv BORE me so much i fall asleep.
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@Timothy31 (649)
• United States
26 Oct 08
For me i decided by reading articles online and by watching the debates very carefully listening to what each candidate had to say. Elections for local and state are a bit harder to follow since they aren't as publicized as the presidential election.
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@saundyl (9690)
• Canada
26 Oct 08
I think your guyses presidential elections are way easier to follow than our Canadian ones...It seemed less publicized than yours (our election day was the 14th of October)
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