Summerville to present session on electoral reform referendum

Local voters have the opportunity to learn more about the province’s upcoming electoral reform referendum at the Prince George Public Library Thursday evening.

UNBC professor and Prince George Citizen columnist, Tracy Summerville, will present: ‘B.C.’s Electoral Reform Referendum: What You Need to Know’ on Thursday, August 2.

In the fall, British Columbians will decide which voting system should be used in future provincial elections. Summerville will provide an overview of the current electoral system, and discuss the suggested changes; she’ll examine the pros and cons of each system. 

Everyone is welcome to attend this free drop in program which will be held in the Keith Gordon Room at the Bob Harkins Branch from 7-8:30 p.m.

 About the Prince George Public Library

The Prince George Public Library (PGPL) is a publicly funded library system located in the City of Prince George. Between its two branches, PGPL serves 54,921 cardholders. For more information visit www.pgpl.ca.