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7 May 2015


Whilst many spend a lot of time complaining about politicians, running the Government takes a great deal of hard work, intelligence and good judgement. We need good people to do the job, and we are today offered the chance to choose which of the people who have applied in our area are best for that job.

Plus one of the best things about voting as far as your author is concerned is getting to visit local schools, community halls, churches and other interesting places that aren't usually open to the public. Vote early, vote often (or not, actually).

For more, see https://www.gov.uk/voting-in-the-uk/polling-stations

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1 comment:

  1. Since you are encouraging people to vote, it would appear that voting is not the compulsory responsibility of every adult citizen. That is strange. No country would allow its citizens to pick and choose with their other civic responsibilities eg paying tax, being conscripted into the army.

    I think if a nation doesn't hear the will of 100% of its adults (or perhaps 97.5% if some people are in hospital or gaol), then true democracy has not succeeded.