None of the Above’s Not a Federal Party, and Taylor’s Not Running

Despite the fact that there’s a national appetite for the option, there will be no None of the Above official party candidates on the 2019 election ballot. According to an email from the party leader to local candidates, the party missed the deadline to be recognized as a national political party in this election, and candidates will now run as independents. One of them though will not be Guelph candidate Paul Taylor. Continue reading “None of the Above’s Not a Federal Party, and Taylor’s Not Running”

ICYMI: Taylor Plans to Reprise as None of Above Candidate in Fall Election

At the end of this week’s Guelph Politicast about injured workers and workers’ compensation, guest Paul Taylor announced his intention to run in this fall’s Federal Election as a candidate for the None of the Above Party. It will be the second time that Taylor has run under that party’s banner as a Guelph election candidate. Continue reading “ICYMI: Taylor Plans to Reprise as None of Above Candidate in Fall Election”