30 November 2017 – Edmonton, AB

Fair Vote Edmonton hosted its first teach-in workshop on 29 November, bringing together up to 15 Edmontonians looking to learn about electoral reform and proportional representation. One of the workshop’s key goals is to assist PR supporters in being able to explain the issues around voting system reform and convince others of its importance. Participants developed “elevator speeches”, a 30-second pitch on the problems and the solutions in a concise and effective manner.

We thank all those who attended. Keep an eye out for our next event.

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