Minority government

At times a minority government may not feel like anyone their election. However, I have to admit that it feels like my vote has more power when there is a minority government in power.

The main reason I say this, is that with a majority government if you did not vote for that particular political party, it may feel like you have to wait four years before you have a say. Whereas with a minority government, even if the candidate you voted for was not elected, there is a good chance some members of that political party has been elected and may have the balance of power.

Time will tell how long the Liberal government will stay in power. I, for one, will be watching what gets done, who simply oppose to oppose, and who will work for Canadians.

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