Canadian Election Coverage

Kate McMillan has been too busy with her own site to write much about the Canadian election at OTB and I’m insufficiently knowledgable or interested on the topic to do much myself. For those starving for blog coverage, I suggest these links:

  • Ed Morrissey, who has become the premier Canada blogger even though he’s an American, promises to live-blog tonight’s festivities.
  • Political scientist Matt Shugart has a whole strong of posts discussing the various What ifs? and policy implications of different scenarios. He also has a nifty seat estimator that is sufficiently complicated looking that it has to be reliable.
  • Michelle Malkin has a giant Canada roundup.

Meanwhile, Kate, the only Canadian thus far mentioned in the post, is taking the night off from blogging to have some beers, further solidifying her Canuck bona fides.

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  1. Mark says:

    C-Span will have coverage starting at 10pm as well.

  2. James Joyner says:

    That’s some kind of broadcast thing, right?