In our current electoral process, 60 percent of British Columbians vote for other parties while 40 percent vote for the governing party. The first past the post system is a poor and undemocratic electoral system. In 2009, three quarters of British Columbians thought it was unacceptable for parties to get a majority of seats without a majority of votes. Electoral reform, like proportional representation, would give a political voice to every vote in BC. Ensuring that every person has a voice is a key concern of mine and a defining feature of my platform. If elected, I would actively support electoral reform.