Vote

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Democracy, it’s pretty good idea don’t you think?

If you’re in London you’ve got until 10 o’clock to express your view on who ought to run our city’s government.

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About Andrew Brown

I live in Lewisham, South East London, and spent 9 years as a Labour councillor in the borough between 1997 and 2006.
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6 Responses to Vote

  1. I voted by postal vote this year, and I have to confess it feels weird and alienating not being part of the voting masses. I always like feeling part of a collective on election day, especially as it is usually sunny. I notice it is all the old people who seem to be at the polling station the same time as me, whatever time I vote – the old, mostly white working class people. Not sure what that means.

  2. Lone Ranger says:

    You are getting old?

  3. jameshigham says:

    How did Labour actually go in your neck of the woods, Andrew?

  4. Andrew Brown says:

    Don’t know yet James. Which is probably as good as it’ll get.

  5. Kate says:

    Bob when i voted at 8 in the evening ther was a real mixture, like i have never seen before when voting. Which i think is great as it shows people are taking the state were in seriously enough to go and and vote for who they think could make it better.

  6. Lone Ranger says:

    Not this borough but I see former Lewisham Mayoral candidate James Ceverly came first in Bexley and Bromley with 51% of the votes.

    http://www.london.gov.uk/gla/elections/assembly/bexleyandbromley.jsp

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