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What is Proportional Representation?

What is Proportional Representation?

Proportional Representation is a way of electing our MLAs to the legislature so that every vote counts. With Proportional Representation, a party’s share of the seats in the legislature is determined by how many votes it received in the last election.

Under our current First-Past-the-Post electoral system, the province usually ends up being run by a single political party, because our votes don't count equally. That's too much power for any one party to have when British Columbians didn't vote for it.

Gives everyone a voice

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Representation for your riding

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Representation of your values
and party preferences

Protects our democracy

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The power of each political party
is limited to their overall election results

Produces better laws

Political parties work together to develop
policies that represent the views of a
majority of British Columbians.

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