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2007 Elections

Poll #977860 2007 Elections

Have you voted?

I was one of the first into the polling station
2(22.2%)
Yes
1(11.1%)
Not yet, but I will
4(44.4%)
I might do later if I feel like it
0(0.0%)
I'm abstaining as a matter of principle
0(0.0%)
I can't be bothered
0(0.0%)
I'm not eligible to vote
0(0.0%)
There's an election?
2(22.2%)

The results of this election are

Crucial
0(0.0%)
Siginificant
6(66.7%)
Not very important
2(22.2%)
Completely irrelevant
1(11.1%)
What election?
0(0.0%)

The campaigning has been

Very well organised
0(0.0%)
A bit haphazard
2(22.2%)
Almost non-existant
4(44.4%)
There was a campaign?
3(33.3%)

Miscellaneous

I wanted to vote "none of the above"
0(0.0%)
I didn't receive leaflets from all the candidates
2(22.2%)
I am a candidate / have been a candidate in the past / want to be a candidate in the future
0(0.0%)
Ticky box
2(22.2%)
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Comments

[X] I live in London
I live in London, we dont have any elections on today.

So I am eligible to vote - but there wasnt an option for that.
Aha, I didn't know that or I would have put it in as an option.
no worries.
Same comment as Alex, so I'll take same reply from you :-)
I can supply a different reply if you like? If you live somewhere they're not running an election today then you're ineligible to vote for geographic reasons ;)
We got a lovely letter yesterday from our current representative (Labour), outlining what they've achieved during their term, and reminding us nicely that we can vote for them again today. Or rather, John did. Addressed to him, personally. As was the wodge of bumph from the Lib Dems. I have received nothing, nor has the "household". Apparently, it's still only men who have the vote in Sheffield.
I'm pleased to say that I know there are elections today :-) On the other hand, I am now confused as to what sort of elections I'm going to be voting in today. I'm pretty sure it's just local elections for us down here. I've recieved alot of propaganda from local representaives through the post, and I'm sorry to say that the blues was the most petty. Red and yellows have been pretty comprehensive.
Just local here too. I think the Scots are also voting for their representatives in the Scottish parliament, and Middlesbrough is voting for a new mayor.