Voters need to stop buying into divide and conquer

As a regular voter in provincial and federal elections I have experienced the disappointment of the wrong party being voted in to power

As a regular voter in provincial and federal elections I have experienced the disappointment of the wrong party being voted in to power (control).

When it comes to choosing between NDP and Green, the line is often blurred, but what is crystal clear is the fact that these two “near same” choices continue to split the vote so that the wrong people continue to be voted in to power. No one has asked, but if they did, I would urge the two parties to find enough common ground to operate in a united front.

We are currently victims of the divide-and-conquer paradigm that we ourselves have designed. How smart is that? Better luck next time.

Ron Robinson

Nelson