The results are in from Prince Edward Island's innovative electoral reform plebiscite. And any wayÂ you slice it, it was a big whiff. Ignore the spin coming out of the pro-proportional representation camp. The big headline from the vote should be the depressingly low turnout, which only hit 36 per cent despite what Premier WadeÂ MacLauchlan rightfully called "historic innovations." Island voters had the opportunity to cast a ballot in-person, by telephone, or online over a 10-day period, yet only
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