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    Voting Today: Get drunk, wear a hoody, but no ghetto blasters or giant rosettes!!


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    I'm going dressed as a pirate!!! argghhh!

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    I'll have 10 pints before I head down then

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    "IT'S MY FIRST TIME VOTING. CAN I TAKE A PHOTO?"

    WHY would anyone want to do that??

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    Interesting point about reporting from inside polling stations - don't we often see cliched footage of party leaders putting their ballot paper into the box? (Because that's all the TV news programmes are allowed to report until the polls close)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveBentley View Post
    Interesting point about reporting from inside polling stations - don't we often see cliched footage of party leaders putting their ballot paper into the box? (Because that's all the TV news programmes are allowed to report until the polls close)
    Do you ever wonder if they are sneekily voting for the opposition?? Or is that just me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveBentley View Post
    Interesting point about reporting from inside polling stations - don't we often see cliched footage of party leaders putting their ballot paper into the box? (Because that's all the TV news programmes are allowed to report until the polls close)
    filmed 6 weeks before and rebroadcast every christmas as a repeat to fill the lack of programming

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    My first time voting - SO excited! Although, that might be a slight exaggeration...

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