Miriam Fine

  • published Town Hall Meeting in Updates 2017-02-18 21:44:40 -0500

    Town Hall Meeting - March 6, 2017

    Check out event details here.

    You are invited to a special Town Hall meeting on Monday, March 6 at 7:00pm, to discuss RaBIT’s plan for moving forward. The event is being held at Metro Hall.


    At the Town Hall meeting, you’ll have the opportunity to hear a brief update on ranked ballots in Toronto, and our plans for our next steps. More importantly, we’d like to hear your ideas on how best to mobilize our fellow Torontonians and get city council back on board with ranked ballots.

    We hope you'll join us on March 6 to catch up & share your ideas for the future of ranked ballots in Toronto!

    View event details - everyone is welcome!

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  • signed Petition 2016-09-20 14:36:23 -0400

    Petition

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    On September 16, 2016, all 444 of Ontario’s municipalities gained the ability to adopt a ranked ballot voting system for their municipal elections.

    Ranked ballots offer the residents of Toronto the opportunity to make a small, simple change to our electoral system that will make our politics more fair, diverse, inclusive, and friendly.

    As a Torontonian, I’m calling on Toronto City Council to adopt ranked ballots for Toronto’s municipal elections as soon as possible.


     

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  • Ontario Introduces Enabling Legislation for Ranked Ballots!

    On April 4, 2016, the Ontario Government announced historic new legislation which, if passed, would give Toronto and all of Ontario’s other 443 towns and cities the ability to abandon our outdated and unfair first-past-the-post voting system, and switch to ranked ballots. 

    We have never been closer to getting ranked ballot elections in Toronto.

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  • wants to volunteer 2016-02-05 10:54:42 -0500

    Volunteer

    Interested in volunteering with RaBIT?

    RaBIT is 100% powered by volunteers and always welcoming new hands on deck. Whether you'd like to spread the word about ranked ballots, help out with research, or write letters to your councillor, we've got the right opportunity for you.

    You can get started by filling out the form below. We look forward to hearing from you and working together for election reform!


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