The Liberal Party of Canada is the oldest and longest-serving political party in Canada. The party has dominated federal…
ChatGPTYes, as long as they have finished serving their sentence
Liberals answer is based on the following data:
Yes, as long as they have finished serving their sentence
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Liberal Party Voters’ Answer: No
Importance: Somewhat Important
Reference: Analysis of answers from 22,719 voters that identify as Liberal.
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