- Anybody else following their local election results?
My first ever vote was on my 18th birthday.
Choices were… My next door neighbour, my best friend’s dad, or the guy that used to come round once a week collecting the football pools. I voted for my next door neighbour.
No elections in any of the localities in which I have an interest. Stupid unitary authoritaries (some make sense, but not these).Posted 4 years agoandytherocketeerSubscriber
Oh friends of mine (married to each other) stood a couple of years back. He was tory candidate, she was lib dem candidate. Shame they stood for neighbouring seats – would have been funny if they’d competed against each other (although if they did, one of them stood a chance of winning).Posted 4 years ago
I’m busy watching the live feeds – not something I’ve ever done before or would have dreamed of doing for a local election. But I actually know our local councillor and have spoken to him quite a bit recently – and also know of quite a few of the other people standing (people I’ve seen in action at council meetings, or those my councillor has spoken of). Is kind of interesting when you know a little about the personalities involved.
Oh, and also some interesting results – in two of the Malvern seats UKIP were in second place by 5 and 3 votes! Oh, and also a couple of gains for the Torys from Lib Dems so far.Posted 4 years ago
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