Elections inspire a mix of reasons why people choose to vote for one party or another. There could be a shift from a preference for a leader to the party's brand and values, wedge issues or pocketbook promises. We invite the Globe and Mail's Robyn Urback; David Herle of the Gandalf Group; University of Toronto's Peter Loewen, and Western University's Laura Stephenson to discuss what will motivate the electorate this time around.
What Brings Canadian to the Polls?
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