It’s Election Time On The Bulldog

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The Bulldog has election fever.

Already you say?

Yessirree.

The campaigns for the mayor and 23 councillors are starting to take shape. If candidates are serious about running, they have to start making plans right now.

They must assemble election teams, funding and raise their profiles.

So despite the early date, The Bulldog has opened a new forum called Ottawa Municipal Election 2018: Comment And Debate. Yes and that catchy title already has nine posts before it has even been formally introduced.

There’s another reason for opening an election forum so early … The Bulldog wants to own this upcoming election. It’s what we do here.

And don’t forget to participate in The Bulldog Forum itself. It has forums for international, national and Ottawa debates and comments. The Bulldog Forum is already sneaking up on 300 posts in its two weeks of existence.

Ottawa appears to like it.

So get involved. Get some sweat equity in The Bulldog Forum and make Ottawa a better place.

 


 

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One thought on “It’s Election Time On The Bulldog

  1. Ken,
    Along the way, let’s not forget to encourage voters to vote. Ask the ones that do vote to try and bring along someone that doesn’t normally bother voting.

    Would it not be nice to see a voter turn out for the Provincial and Municipal elections of 75%.

    Let’s talk about the candidate’s qualifications to run and talk about getting up off our @##$# to vote too.

    skoal,
    Chaz

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