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Welcome to another weekly roundup of election 2015 threads on rabble's discussion board, babble. Here we take a look at the most recent discussion and debate over election issues.

Mulcair can still win if ... if what? Well, one response has to do with his election reform package and campaign spending limits. Others want Mulcair to push Trudeau harder on universality of social programs, or to campaign harder on flawed trade deals like CETA and the TPP. What do you think?

One babbler thinks this is the stupidest election ever. Agree? Disagree? What are the various gaffs, blunders and cynical manipulations have you shaking your head. There is definitely some weirdness in this very long, surprising and disappointing election campaign.

Are the NDP's recent series of attack ads a sign of a desperate and failing campaign or has the NDP finally stopped bringing a knife to a gun fight? Babblers share their opinions, rant and discuss in this thread.

Just how much of an election issue is the Trans Pacific Partnership, and if the agreement is completed just how will it affect Canadian interests? See the TPP discussed and debated in this thread.

 

Guess what? We're holding a virtual town hall Q&A with rabble president and contributor Duncan Cameron. Read all about it and view some of the questions being posed here.

And finally I will call your attention again to our latest polling thread. Follow the link to find the latest poll results and find out why at nearly 1,000 posts, it remains our most popular thread ever.

 

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