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The Blank Ballot Movement

A politician in Nova Scotia has started a campaign urging Canadians to "Reject the Election". Jonathan Dean is leader of the Atlantica party. He wants Canadian voters to go to the polls -- but then leave their ballot blank.

Reject%20Ballot.jpgIn the 2008 election, there were more than 94 thousand rejected ballots. Jonathan Dean is hoping for twice as many BLANK ballots this time around. Or mark more than one box, so the ballot is rejected.

Click here to hear Matt's conversation with Jonathan Dean.



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