Local politics typically attracts the least attention of all levels of government, even
though it often affects us the most. Voter turnout in municipal elections is usually abysmal
For example, in the recent mayoral election in Toronto, only 38 per cent of eligible voters
bothered to cast a ballot. Sadly, this was actually a significant improvement from the previous
mayoral election when turnout was a shameful 29 per cent.
governments can get away with quite a lot without anyone noticing
until it’s too late. From more check out Catherine Swift at the Niagara Independent
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