Has your doodle been to vote today.......

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Re: Has your doodle been to vote today.......

Post by Hel&Mark » 08 May 2010, 12:35

Like Katherine, I am always in a state of excitement about general elections. Barley was too. He hugged a man outside the polling station, and wagged at everybody. My ten year old son was up at 5.30am to watch the results, and Barley was sat on the sofa with him, staring as if fascinated. :lol:
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Re: Has your doodle been to vote today.......

Post by KateW » 09 May 2010, 00:57

Hel&Mark wrote:Like Katherine, I am always in a state of excitement about general elections. Barley was too. He hugged a man outside the polling station, and wagged at everybody. My ten year old son was up at 5.30am to watch the results, and Barley was sat on the sofa with him, staring as if fascinated. :lol:
Well done to Jack :D It's great when children take an interest in our democracy like this and I am so angry that so many young first time voters have been disenfranchised ( angry about everybody affected of course but especially the young).

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Re: Has your doodle been to vote today.......

Post by Hel&Mark » 09 May 2010, 07:09

Ditto, Katherine. :( The way I see it, hundreds of votes have not been cast, and polling stations stuck to different rules about closing, locking in, etc. Therefore the elections were not a fair result. It's as simple as that. I can't believe there hasn't been more uproar - it's an outrage no matter who you voted for! :(

I'm not going to get political. Just saying that. :wink:
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