Ballot papers

  hssutton 15:42 PM 19 Apr 11
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Have received today postal ballot papers with 7 candidates listed. The first on the list has no stated party affiliation with 5 being Independent and one Conservative.

I would have thought that all candidates political affiliations should be listed. Am I correct in my thoughts?

  Quickbeam 00:33 AM 20 Apr 11

Our ballot papers stated their ploitical affiliations.

  wiz-king 06:47 AM 20 Apr 11

No, it's optional. click here

  spider9 06:54 AM 20 Apr 11

"The first on the list has no stated party affiliation.."

That would be the LibDem candidate, then! (;-)

  wee eddie 08:22 AM 20 Apr 11

Maybe that is a good idea.

You will then need to find out what each Candidate stands for, rather than ticking the Party Stooge.

  morddwyd 08:30 AM 20 Apr 11

Placing anything other than the candidates name on the ballot paper is a relatively recent change.

It was changed because many people didn't know who the "party stooge" was, and regularly voted for the wrong candidate!

  BT 08:44 AM 20 Apr 11

Not even had the brochure explaining the Alternative Vote Referendum that we are supposed to be giving our opinion on.

  hssutton 09:21 AM 20 Apr 11

Thanks for the link Wiz-King.

BT. No brochure explaining the AV/FPTP came with the voting papers, just the ballot paper

  BT 16:36 PM 20 Apr 11
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hssutton

I was under the impression from TV Ads that 'Every house' would receive a brochure explaining the system.

All I've had so far - in today's post and addressed to me - is a leaflet from the NO camp. No sign of the official brochure.

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