Vote | The Liberals' method of picking a leader

Cast a vote on what you think of the process the Liberal party is using to pick a new leader in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Liberals from across Newfoundland and Labrador will be voting in November for a leader, but they won't be getting together in one place to do it.

Rather than organize a leadership convention as we've seen it through the decades, the party instead will be allowing members to take part through online or phone-based voting.

What do you think? Will you miss the drama and excitement of a convention or do you like how the new approach broadens members' ability to take part, no matter where they are?

Cast a vote in our daily survey of public opinion below. Meanwhile, for a discussion on how the Liberal race has been going, click here to watch the latest episode on On Point with David Cochrane.