I have voted in every election since the 1960s. However, over the years it has become painfully obvious that there is little point in doing so. In his June 7 Back Page column “The super-sized campaign,” Paul Wells summed up completely my feelings when he wrote, “If there is no relation between a candidate’s words and his actions, then voting becomes a literally meaningless act.”By Sudhir Jam, Calgary9 min
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