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Four scenarios following a No vote

February 24, 2015 |

1. Status quo

With a failure to secure a Yes vote, the political class is rebuked and loses its legitimacy in the public sphere. TransLink’s management and board recoil even further, with communications to the outside world effectively eliminated. The … Read More

Gamechanger: It’s time to talk Plan B

February 20, 2015 |

With news today that the ‘No’ side has taken the lead with 53%, leaving only 38% supporting the ‘Yes’ side, it’s clear that the ‘No’ side has the momentum. While this data is from an online poll, which have been … Read More

12 tactics to win the transit referendum

December 19, 2014 |

The mood is shifting as advocates begin to recognize that winning the transit referendum is not just theoretically plausible, but is a realistic likelihood. However, as in any electoral process, the outcome is never secure until voting day. That means … Read More

Why the transit referendum will succeed

December 17, 2014 |

Transit is the talk of the town, with the question for the referendum approved by the Mayors last week. Not unsurprisingly, many have argued that it is bound to fail. While the plan may be good, folks would never vote … Read More