When it comes to the federal elections, chances are you aren’t swinging by this blog for any sort of political insight…at least I hope you aren’t.  But just because politics aren’t my forte, it doesn’t mean that I don’ t have anything to say about them.  I mean, I am Canadian after all, I do get a vote.

For me, it’s always been incredibly important to vote.  I don’t think I’ve ever missed an election.  But as I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized that maybe my priorities have changed.  I started out by voting for my favourite colour, then for different policies and now, as elections seem to be happening more frequently, I find myself looking for my candidates to seem and feel more real.

I’ve just written a piece about what I’m looking for in this year’s elections for Canada.com. I’m sure they wanted something a little insighful and poignant, instead I gave them an essay about what TV-shows our leaders probably watch and why it’s important information to know.

Click here to read it.

Mike Morrison


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