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Winnipeg votes, U of M community speaks

October 22, 2014 — 

Election day has arrived, and Winnipeggers are heading to the polls to select their first new mayor in a decade. University of Manitoba experts and community members have been sharing their thoughts on election issues that will define the city’s future – for the next four years and beyond. Whether you’ve already voted or are still undecided, check out this summary of UM Today’s election coverage:

Winnipeg’s mayoral race, how the middle is being won and lost

Mayoral hopefuls: Transit beyond the BRT/LRT Debate

Taking their vote for granted, idiocy

President Barnard meets with mayoral candidates

We also asked students to share their election thoughts on Instagram. View some of their responses below.

What election issue are you concerned about? Is transit one of them? #umanitoba #wpg14

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