In April, provincial New Democrat leader Carole James - who voted against electoral reform in 2005 - told The Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer her party would be staying out of the single-transferable vote debate. But at least one Opposition caucus member voted in favour of that system. In an interview with Public Eye, David Chudnovsky - who didn't run for re-election - disclosed he supported electoral reform at the ballot box, despite the fact he's not a fan of the single-transferable vote. "I voted for STV because it's a form of proportional representation. But I like other systems better," he explained.
June 3, 2009