What political hue is the city of Vancouver? And how will that influence the next choice for mayor?

In the meantime, two orange candidates have stepped forward to say they're mulling the possibility of running for mayor of Vancouver: former NDP MP Libby Davies and NDP MP Don Davies (no relation). My guess is that Don Davies would be less likely than Libby Davies to create problems for the NDP government over income inequality and social issues. In the past, Don Davies has had ties to the Alberta labour movement. He worked for years as a lawyer with the Teamsters, which is part of the B.C. & Yukon Building Trades and Construction Council. Coun. Raymond Louie, a moderate New Democrat, would also be a popular choice inside the premier's office. Libby Davies was once a Downtown Eastside housing activist before venturing into electoral politics.