Feds try to ‘demotivate, demoralize’ opposition against controversial elections overhaul bill, says Leadnow’s Biggar

Leadnow executive director Jamie Biggar says online campaigns needed to fight Conservatives’ elections bill to counter the federal government’s strategy.

Elizabeth Plank, executive social editor, PolicyMic; Ian Capstick, president of MediaStyle; Anastasia Khoo, marketing director Human Rights Campaign; and Jamie Biggar, executive director of Leadnow, pictured on Sunday, March 30, 2014, at the Broadbent Institute’s Progress Summit in Ottawa. They were talking about how to win hearts, minds, and clicks in campaigns. The Hill Times photograph by Chris Plecash

By Chris Plecash

PUBLISHED : Sunday, March 30, 2014 9:02 PM

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