Island Voting

The Presiding Officer at our island polling station told me that the turnout here is always remarkably good. When I was there it was a little flurry – six of us in a queue. What a choice of candidates o­n offer. Makes o­ne realise how fortunate we are to have the democratic system we do – whatever o­ne thinks of the various parties and issues in Europe.

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2 Responses to Island Voting

  1. Anonymous says:

    Yes I agree, we are most fortunate to be able to 'have a say' even if the state of politics may be something other than good. The wee portacabin I entered this morning to mark the three different ballot sheets was empty but the monitoring officers said there had been a steady flow of people, I hope apathy doesn't win the most votes.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I wasn't trying to be anonymous just fogot to sign off
    that comment was from Daisy-Winifred at

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