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PolitiCoast Live Election Night Part 2

The second half of our election night live show! We still didn’t know who won as of 11 PM – the Liberals and NDP were tied at 42 with the Greens holding the 3-seat balance of power (exactly Scott’s projections) – but we recorded some thoughts and took some listener questions. Thanks to everyone who came out, Our first live show was a huge success and we hope to see you at the next thing! Thanks also to Eli for sponsoring our drinks tonight, any sloppiness in our analysis is due to the alcohol and fine staff at Yagger’s.

PolitiCoast Election Live Part 1

The first rough cut from our election night live podcast! Minimal editing so forgive any background noise. Thanks to Yagger’s Downtown for hosting us!

Ep 32: I am Linda’s prediction model

Special announcement! We have a live election night party coming up at Yagger’s in downtown Vancouver on May 9 at 7 PM. RSVP on Facebook.

It’s our final pre-election show! We sit down with Bryan Breguet of www.tooclosetocall.ca to talk polls, election models and predicting the outcome of Tuesday’s election. Then we dive further into the election as a whole. Finally, we look at what fundraising data means for the Conservative and NDP leadership races.

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Thanks again to Bryan. Apologies for any background noise during that interview, we recorded outside in downtown Vancouver.

Ep 31: Hulk Horgan Strikes Back

Special announcement! We have a live election night party coming up at Yagger’s in downtown Vancouver on May 9 at 7 PM. RSVP on Facebook.

Christy Clark, Andrew Weaver and John Horgan squared off in the televised debate. Who won and who lost? The Greens have released their full platform, how much does it cost and how does it compare? Trump launches a trade-war with Canada over softwood lumber, how will we fight back? And finally, Kevin O’Leary surprised everyone by quitting the Conservative leadership race. Is it now smooth sailing for Mad Max?

Segment 1: Lala Plans

Segment 2: The economist party platform

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Segment 3: Trump gets hard on softwood

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Segment 4: Dragon’s Done

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Quick takes

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Ep 30: No one puts Andrew in the corner

The first head-to-head-to-head debate of the 2017 BC Election happened yesterday and we’re here to break down who won, who lost, who hulked out and who politely raised his hand. Then, we touch on housing policy in Ontario and the surprise call for a UK election. In our last segment, we have an interview with Victoria Beacon-Hill Green Party candidate Kalen Harris that pulls back the curtain on how campaigns operate.

Segment 1: Talking over the talking points

Segment 2: Wynning the housing market

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Segment 3: Anarchy in the UK

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Bonus segment: Kalen Harris interview

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Quick Takes

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