Decision Canada 2006

Monday, January 23, 2006

Less than 40 ridings

With a slight Liberal lead. The Atlantic has traditionally voted Liberal, but the Conservatives have a huge gain in comparision to last time.

Quebec is up in a few min, that should be very very interesting.


  • numbers, anything, we're dying to know!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:48 PM  

  • Are you a Conservative? Check out Captain's Quarters Blog if you want numbers.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:48 PM  

  • Here are some numbers from Captain's Quarters

    7:15 - Sorry for the delay. The numbers I'm seeing are for the Maritimes. It looks like the overall Liberal vote there is edging the Tories, 42.9% - 39.7%, with NDP at 15.8%. Ipsos had the Tories ahead by 2 points a couple of days ago, but having them run this closely is a pretty good development so far. I'm checking some other numbers right now ...

    7:30 - Whew. I'm having a hell of a time updating posts here, but that's a great problem to have when you're blogging. So far, the Maritimes look like a Liberal stronghold again; they have 19 ridings to 10 for the Tories and 3 for the NDP. Holding their seats thus far are Andy Scott (L), Scott Brison (L), Loyola Hearn (C); Andy Savoie (L) looks to be losing in NB, and Paul Zed having a tough time but staying above water in Saint John.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:49 PM  

  • having trouble getting onto Captain's Quarters - I think all of Canada is trying it right now

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:51 PM  

  • Results from Kanuckistan
    Leading Elected
    Crooks 3 17
    Fascists 1 8
    Commies 3

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:59 PM  

  • Numbers

    Lib 19
    CPC 9
    NDP 3

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:03 PM  

  • Hey, how did you guys manage to post before 7 pm. This was a pre-prepared blog entry that was susposed to publish at 7!!!

    By Blogger Andrew, at 7:03 PM  

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