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Important work [May. 1st, 2008|08:22 am]
Douglas Spencer
Some of you have important work to do today.

Don't neglect it.
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[User Picture]From: makyo
2008-05-01 08:00 am (UTC)
Don't neglect it.
I won't, although I'm getting seriously annoyed with candidate apathy these days.

There are four candidates standing in my ward, and by the end of last week I'd heard nothing from any of them, so I wrote each of them a letter asking what they intended to do if elected. I got nice informative email messages back from the Conservative and Green candidates, but so far nothing from the LibDem or Labour guys.

I'll be heading off to the portacabin at the end of the road in about half an hour, so if I haven't heard by then, it'll be between the Green and the Tory candidates.
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[User Picture]From: camies
2008-05-01 08:13 am (UTC)
Have already done so.
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[User Picture]From: j_lj
2008-05-01 08:17 am (UTC)
There are three candidates standing in my ward. The LibDem candidate and his supporters have been out and about in the village handing out newsletters and many fliers droped through the letter box. With nothing at all received from the Conservative or Labour candidate.
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[User Picture]From: pinkdormouse
2008-05-01 09:23 am (UTC)
Voted by post before I came away...
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[User Picture]From: pierre_fermat
2008-05-01 12:50 pm (UTC)
Leafleted hundreds of houses last night, hardly likely to forget to vote today...


It was 11 years ago today (1 May 1997) that "we" elected Tony Bliar as PM.
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