Oct. 21 federal election: What information do you need?

The federal election has been called, and we want to know: What information do you need before you cast your vote on Oct. 21?

We asked a similar question ahead of last year’s municipal elections, and the answers you gave helped us decide what to focus on and what to ask candidates about.

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At its core, this approach (pioneered by the the Charlotte Observer newspaper in the 1990s) is about letting voters — rather than political parties or candidates — set the agenda for the campaign.

This year, we want to know:

• What information will help you cast an informed vote?

• What do you want candidates to be discussing?

• What would you ask candidates if you had the chance?

You can send your answers by email to election@timescolonist.com with the word “Questions” in the subject line, fill out our form below, or call 250-380-5228 and leave a voicemail message with your answers.

Please let us know which riding you live in and include your name and contact information so we can follow up, if necessary.

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