Christopher Causton (Liberal, Victoria) – "We've used as much social media and engagement through any way we can to stimulate interest in this election. I try to be everywhere ,as well, so people can talk to me. I've been at schools, engaging young people about democracy and the fact we're given this choice and about how important is it to vote. I'd say on average I talk to 400 people a day about voting and why it's important to vote."
Troy De Souza (Conservative, Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca) – "In order to engage apathetic voters you need to give them a reason to vote for something. My whole campaign has been to focus on the local issues that matter to people in the local community. Issues are the best way to get people out to vote, and in particular apathetic voters."
Randall Garrison (NDP, Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca) – "I've done ads aimed at people who haven't voted before with the tagline: 'Decision are made by those who show up.' We're trying to be places where we haven't been before and address this, especially with young voters. I also have a lot of young people involved in my campaign – my sign captain's a Grade 11 Belmont student. That participation attracts other young people."
Elizabeth May (Green, Saanich-Gulf Islands) – "I'm not finding very many apathetic voters. People are excited. In Saanich-Gulf Islands, the level of engagement in this election is so high. The fact that this is an exciting race helps garner interest. When there's a lot of excitement around a riding, a lot more people get excited about voting."