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Kelsey Ehler: Why bother getting involved with the B.C. leadership races?

The final months of 2010 saw the political landscape of B.C. tossed about like a rowboat up against a tempest. The resignations of the leaders of the two major parties—first Gordon Campbell in November, then Carole James in December—was an unprecedented event in B.C. history, making provincial politics suddenly dangerous and sexy. But now it seems the only thing left to do is wait to see who clambers to the top in the leadership races and wait even longer for some far-off election day.

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