he is said to be "not much of a policy guy", but is good at organising people.
Some of the Green's most important members have quit the party, citing differences with the new leader, and other issues.
Greens got over 4% of the vote last election. It caused some vote-splitting:
There were actually ridings where they "cost the NDP a seat" , if we add the votes for Greens onto the NDP, which is valid because those types of voters tend to like "the NDP or Greens".
Personally, I might have voted for Greens because they are more environmental, but I have to cling to the reality of the NDP getting as many seats as possible, which is at least a realistic opportunity to make some change away from the Libs and CPP.
Jim Harris doesn't make a good impression - interviewed on CBC, he said "I can't tell you our stance on that issue at this time, because our platform will be revealed in stages during the election campaign"
Really, that sounds so silly - you got the camera on you Jim, say what the policy is!!! Besides, the logic sounded like "I can't give you bits of it because its coming out in bits".