Ontario voters fed up with the offerings of the mainstream political parties may feel sorely tempted to vote for none of the above come election day, and now they can.
Registered for the June 12th election is the None of the Above Party of Ontario (or NOTA) whose main plank is to press for elected politicians not bound by party control.
Party Leader Greg Vezina says he's had requests for lawn signs from Thunder Bay to Ottawa despite fielding only eight candidates.
If voters find him NOTA good choice, they still have about 20 registered parties to choose from. Among those are the Ontario Moderate party and the Pauper Party of Ontario, whose leader, John Turmel, is in the Guinness Book of Records as a perennial losing candidate.