The 2019 vote is over. Click here to read our Statement on the Results.

Our goal is a stronger democracy for PEI, where every island voter feels included and represented.

Click here to request a speaker to explain Mixed-Member Proportional in your community.

Frequently Asked Questions

Rural impacts? Benefits for Women? Concerns about the party lists? Check out our FAQ!


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Our Video List!

(1 hour) 'Ask Me Anything' deep-dive, answering all your questions about MMP for PEI. (April 15, 2019)
(Set aside some time when you'll be able to listen to the discussion - it works as audio-only too!)

(5 mins) Hear from a former MLA, why he has been a long-time supporter of Proportional Representation:

(4 mins) Sally Bernard, a grain and poultry farmer from Freetown, talks about why she is voting YES:

(4 mins) More from Philip Brown, on the political strategy behind who parties will put forward on the proportional seats, and the benefits for island communities of being able to vote across district lines and acros party lines:

(30 sec) And check out our TV ad - featuring 2 rural members of our team, from 2 different political parties:

(30 sec) And our radio ad! Donate to help get it on the air in th final day before the vote!


What's our strategy?

There are 2 paths to Proportional Representation on PEI...

The 1st is optional. The 2nd is essential.

1 - By a referendum.

To win according to the rules (which many say are biased), we estimate 45,000 voters will need to vote ‘yes’ - 26,000 more than in 2016.

Sign up to help achieve that win here

But even if we win the referendum, MLAs would still need to vote enact the MMP legislation.


2 - In the legislature.

If 14 of 27 MLAs support - or oppose - Proportional Representation, they can make it happen, regardless of the Referendum result.

So, if you want MMP, then who you vote for in the Provincial Election is very important.

Check out the candidates in your district, here.


Frequently Asked Questions

Rural impacts? Benefits for Women? Concerns about the party lists? Check out our FAQ!

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    We'll do our best to get back to your enquiry quickly, but FYI, this is a 100% volunteer effort run mostly by parents of young kids!

    This page is jointly hosted by 1) Anna Keenan and 2) Robert Hamon of St Ann's; 3) Donald MacFadzen-Reid and 4) Jessica MacFadzen-Reid of Summerside; 5) Lucy Morkunas of Kinkora, 6) Philip Brown of Richmond, and 7) Norah Pendergast of Parkdale, operating in association, as Unregistered Referendum Advertisers, under the PEI Electoral System Referendum Act. We are informally known as the PR Action Team.