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Steven Del Duca, shown in 2012, bills his party’s Common Ground initiative, of which he’s co-chair, as a ‘unique and different’ process that reflects Kathleen Wynne’s open and accessible persona.
Steven Del Duca, shown in 2012, bills his party’s Common Ground initiative, of which he’s co-chair, as a ‘unique and different’ process that reflects Kathleen Wynne’s open and accessible persona.
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Wynne's crowdsourced platform has potential

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The numbers, Steven Del Duca boasts, are “off the charts.”

By the Liberal MPP’s count, a total of 12,533 Ontarians participated this fall in his party’s online effort to crowdsource platform planks. Among them, they offered 1,701 policy suggestions, commented on each other’s contributions 10,069 times, and registered approximately 116,000 votes for or against the various ideas.