BC Premier John Horgan is letting everyone know the way he voted in the on-going electoral reform referendum.
The Premier confirmed in a press conference yesterday that he voted in favour of changing the system to mixed-member proportional representation.
Under the Premier’s prefered system, voters would select their chosen candidate as usual, but there would also be extra MLA’s assigned based on a region’s party preference.
According to Horgan, this system is the one most widely used across the globe.
The option is just one of four available to voters in the referendum.
Voter packages were shipped out last week and must be completed and returned by the November 30th due date.