The struggle of undecided voters

By Samantha Young

By Emilie Hackett
Special to the Record

As the Quebec elections approach quickly, many eligible voters remain confused as to who deserves their vote. Four parties are leading the race in this 2018 election period: the Parti Libéral du Québec (PLQ), the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ), Québec Solidaire (QS), and the Parti Québécois (PQ).
The Record took to the streets and spoke with four undecided voters to ask them about their decision-making process. Milos Sukic is the 32-year-old father of two young children and works for an IT company. Isabelle Florentin, 22, a recent Université de Sherbrooke graduate, has been working as a nurse since 2015. Jim Lemaitre, 52, is a principal at an elementary school who is also the father of two children. Marie Thibault, mother of two children, is a 52-year-old counsellor in academic training.


See full story in September 26 Record

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