LETTERS: A voting compromise, perhaps

LETTERS: A voting compromise, perhaps

To some extent I agree with both Gordon Gibson and David Camas’ comments and letter in Oct. 24 paper.

I have however read “How We Vote 2018 Electoral Reform Referendum – Report and Recommendations of the Attorney General” and to my understanding, which is supported by Andrew Coyne of the National Post, that the rural-urban proportional representation is the best of the three options offered in the coming referendum.

For urban areas, like Sooke, it would satisfy Mr. Gibson’s advocacy for single transferable vote, and Mr. Camas’ desire to make every vote count.

Eric Hurwood