One thing I find fascinating about British elections is how the results are announced.
In each constituency, all the candidates come together in one room wearing a ribbon bearing the color of their political party and the returning officer announces the results.
The audience would be comprised of supporters of each political party. Under the circumstances, it all seems rather civilized.
Clearly, nothing like this happens in American elections never mind Canadian ones.
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