In the five months since Attorney General David Eby announced the questions on the ballot, the arguments haven't really evolved, as Thursday's debate made clear.

NDP catching up to Liberals on lack of transparency NDP catching up to Liberals on lack of transparency

Who’s got the most cavalier attitude toward transparency in government - the B.C. Liberals or the NDP?

‘PR is lit’ or ‘a dog’s breakfast’: Feisty debate on electoral reform offers no clear winner | Globalnews.ca ‘PR is lit’ or ‘a dog’s breakfast’: Feisty debate on electoral reform offers no clear winner

Premier John Horgan and Opposition Leader Andrew Wilkinson made their cases for and against PR in a feisty debate with no clear winner.

Horgan, Wilkinson spar in debate as fate of B.C.'s electoral system hangs in the balance

The debate came ahead of the Nov. 30 deadline for voters to mail in their referendum ballots on whether to switch to a proportional representation system

Horgan and Wilkinson spar over the pros and cons of electoral reform | CHEK

Electoral reform, or Wheel of Fortune? - Economy, Law & Politics | Business in Vancouver

It may have been Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver who is responsible for a referendum on electoral reform being held, but it was NDP Premier John Horgan who was called upon to defend it Thursday night in a televised debate.

British Columbia premier, Opposition leader clash in electoral reform debate

BURNABY, B.C. — British Columbia’s political leaders clashed in a debate on electoral reform on Thursday, with Premier John Horgan casting proportional representation as modern and even “hip,” while Opposition Leader Andrew Wilkinson insisted the system was too confusing.

Horgan and Wilkinson clash during TV electoral reform debate

Premier John Horgan and Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson clashed in a 30-minute TV debate Thursday evening on proportional representation.

Horgan and Wilkinson clash during TV electoral reform debate

Premier John Horgan and Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson clashed in a 30-minute TV debate Thursday evening on proportional representation.

John Horgan, Andrew Wilkinson square off on B.C. voting referendum - Parksville Qualicum Beach News

Proportional representation turnout less than 3% as leaders debate

Premier to square off with Liberal leader in electoral reform debate - Langley Times

Premier John Horgan will debate in favour of reform, while Opposition Liberal Leader Andrew Wilkinson will make the case for keeping the current system