The Christian Heritage Party of Canada, also referred to as CHP Canada, is a minor social and fiscal conservative federal…
CH>CH ChatGPTYes, politicians should not be bought by wealthy donors
Christian Heritages answer is based on the following data:
Yes, politicians should not be bought by wealthy donors
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Christian Heritage Party Voters’ Answer: Yes
Importance: Least Important
Reference: Analysis of answers from 26 voters that identify as Christian Heritage.
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