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Seat totals in Upcoming election and Sask Alberta and Man totals.

SASKFARMER's Avatar Oct 18, 2019 | 06:14 1 There are 338 seats for the upcoming fed election Saskatchewan has 14 let's see every one guess.

Federal.

182 Andrew

Two independents.

42 Block

8 NDP

2 Green

102 Liberal

338 Total

Sask

Ralph is done.

All 14 I don't think the NDP can win saskatoon.

Ok, what are others guessing?

I feel the Block is going to do good in Quebec and Justin is having issues, and the NDP and Green and Lib will split and let Andrew in.


Alberta all Blue

Manitoba all blue but one in winnipeg lib.
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SASKFARMER's Avatar Oct 18, 2019 | 06:19 2 And no I'm not picking Andrew because that's how I vote.

Look at the seats from coast to coast. Look at the splits that could take place and like the old NDP trick for Saskatchewan. Always convinced a third dog in a two-way race that is friendly and thinks like your opponent.
NDP win every time with 30% + of the people. Reply With Quote
Oct 18, 2019 | 06:28 3 Conservatives 178
Laurentian Elites 91
BQ 38
NDP 30
Green 1

The CBC and all Liberals are acting quite desperate now which tells me a majority is on the way. Conservatives will gain in every province except Quebec. Reply With Quote
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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Oct 18, 2019 | 06:32 4 I agree something is up as the media is working overtime for Trudeau, and now he is calling in big-time favours to help him. He also looks stressed out.

    The NDP saying yesterday that Conservatives are a considerable problem is sickening. Reply With Quote

  • Oct 18, 2019 | 07:07 5 Looks like its going to be a minority government one way or the other. But who really knows. Doug Ford likely took away the Conservatives chance for a majority.

    If Scheer wins a minority he will have to cosy up to the the Bloc which will not support all his plans to axe the carbon tax, build an energy corridor etc. The Bloc policies align more with the liberal left, NDP and Greens. Its an unlikely alliance, and will piss off the western conservative base.

    If the Bloc supports the Conservatives they risk pissing off many Quebecers as well. But they will both hold their noses if they can form a coalition and take power. But it will be the end of Scheers platform when it comes to climate change and all the $50 billion of cuts. The promised cuts didn't work so well for Ford.

    If Trudeau wins he may have several options to find a more compatible dance partner.

    A minority will be good, as it is a better reflection of voters wishes than a winner take all majority based on only 35-40% of the electorate. Lets face it the majority of the country votes centre left. Governments should reflect this reality. First past the post is a system that was designed for only 2 parties. It doesn't work when there are several parties to choose from. But in Canada the 2 main parties don't want to give up their entitlement to unlimited power with majority governments.

    Trudeau deserves a thumping for his incompetence and broken promises. Reply With Quote
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  • Oct 18, 2019 | 07:09 6 If the NDP and the liberals are talking coalition.....they should put it in their platforms....not just talk and then let the voters decide....and then make up a new platform once in power....


    Trudeau's record is abysmal , old stock canadian NDP do not like the towel...and I don't know if they have Andrew on valium but he is improving and he may just pull off a majority...

    If Scheer is just tired it actually looks good on him....He seems to getting his points across better even though the media won't let things go....how many times does a guy have to say he won't re-open certain debates or issues before the media starts to look biased....

    I think average folk are starting to catch on to the media's bias....and typically the underdog (Scheer) will come out ahead....the polls are wrong again...

    conservative 188
    Liberals 102
    Green hopefully zero
    Mad max 3
    NDP 20
    Bloc ( a provincial or regional party should not be allowed in a federal election) 25
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    Oct 18, 2019 | 07:18 7
    Quote Originally Posted by SASKFARMER View Post
    I agree something is up as the media is working overtime for Trudeau, and now he is calling in big-time favours to help him. He also looks stressed out.

    The NDP saying yesterday that Conservatives are a considerable problem is sickening.
    I believe what Jagmeet Singh said was that he "doesn't respect Conservative's". Quite a statement I thought coming from a leader. At first I was a bit pissed off at a party leader saying this and then I realized there is very little, possibly nothing him and I would agree on so whatever.

    Seat count

    PC 142
    Lib 130
    Bloc 32
    NDP 30
    Green 3
    PPC 1

    It will be a mess imo. Reply With Quote
    Oct 18, 2019 | 07:25 8 Here is a bold prediction.....there will be 3 new major party leaders within the year...if Scheer doesn't deliver a government he gets the boot...

    If Trudeau doesn't win ...he gets the boot even with a minority...

    If Singh doesn't hold a couple important NDP ridings...he's booted...look at who left the party NDP heavy hitters with pretty poor excuses to leave... Reply With Quote
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  • Oct 18, 2019 | 07:26 9 Looking like a conservative minority which almost guarantees us we are headed back to the polls in the next 1-2 years

    In the last 30 years No minority govt in Canada has held power for the full term.

    If it is a slim conservative minority, JT is going to fight to hold power and will remain our PM as crazy as that sounds Reply With Quote
    Oct 18, 2019 | 07:37 10 Trudeau will not resign...he will continue to phuck Canada for as long as he can....and the liberal party may not recover ...you don't see the old stock liberals showing up endorsing anyone ?????? Reply With Quote
    Oct 18, 2019 | 07:38 11 Well here it is logically.

    NDP will not get more seats than Layton had. He got 47. Singh will get 30 and split a lot of votes.

    Block will get about the same 30-40 seats, mostly at skippys expense and the NDP too. Scheer might even lose a couple.

    Atl Canada gave 32 seats to skippy in 2015. CPC will get about 5-8 of those back.

    Ontario is a deadlock. Skippy will lose a few seats to Singh in TO. Couple Lib seats in MB, then nothing until lower BC. All CPC. Libs had 18 seats in BC, they will lose half of those.

    So 178 seats - 20 to bloc, less 8 from Atl Canada, lose 5 in Ont, another 5 on Prairies and 8 in BC. Would be looking at an upper limit if 132 LPC seats.

    Skippy 132 max
    Singh 30
    Bloc heads 35
    Drunk lizzy 1
    CPC 141

    Might be tighter than we think. Hope not. But if Skippy and Singh team up Alberta is going to go ballistic. Reply With Quote
    Oct 18, 2019 | 07:44 12 PC 165
    Lib 90
    Bloc 47
    NDP 35
    Green 1 Reply With Quote
    SASKFARMER's Avatar Oct 18, 2019 | 08:44 13 Maybe James your onto something. That might be the winner Reply With Quote
    helmsdale's Avatar Oct 18, 2019 | 08:54 14 I like the way a. Coyne refers to the parties in his seat projections..

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  • Oct 18, 2019 | 09:17 15 Jeez, listening to Katie "double big mac meal" Simpson question scheer after his speech in new Brunswick this morning was a joke. Wow CBC is in the bag for liberal party. That's not news, it's not reporting. Man does the media love Trudeau. He sure has an army behind him. Reply With Quote
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  • Oct 18, 2019 | 09:26 16 CBC is already advocating for Singh and Skippy to steal the election. You know its going to happen unless there is double digit difference in seats, even then they might try it. We might have to suffer the Bloc to take out those socialists. Reply With Quote
    Oct 18, 2019 | 12:02 17 Let’s hope Andrew can at least squeak by even by one seat. He seems to be pretty level headed grow to respect him more as campaign has gone on. But you don’t really know until they get the power. Don’t want minority liberal that would give the ndp and green wachos undeserved say. Reply With Quote
    Oct 18, 2019 | 12:49 18 Anybody but . . . . .

    Trudeau
    Butts
    McKenna
    Singh
    May Reply With Quote

  • Oct 18, 2019 | 12:55 19
    Quote Originally Posted by the big wheel View Post
    Let’s hope Andrew can at least squeak by even by one seat. He seems to be pretty level headed grow to respect him more as campaign has gone on. But you don’t really know until they get the power. Don’t want minority liberal that would give the ndp and green wachos undeserved say.
    Soon you will be able to talk trump with us. Reply With Quote

  • Oct 18, 2019 | 17:42 20 Last election here in May unlooseable for left and greens. Unwinnable for right.

    Right/conservatives put in a new leader think just 6 months before election.

    Boring, no charisma, dorky, religious, common, worked in business mostly adevertising and marketing and tourism. Father a policeman wife a nurse. Strict father. Has a beer. Study economics. His speeches no glam just to the point. Believe Australia is a export powerhouse, iron ore copper coal gas. Green hate him with a passion. Some called him gomer Pyle of world politics.

    Turns out public loved him except for say 30 yrs and younger.

    Sadly he doesn’t wear trendy socks Reply With Quote
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