Thursday, 4 June 2009

We would have won but for [insert excuse here]

The excuses have started early today with the UKIP claiming that staff at polling stations are 'mishandling' ballot papers.

Specifically that ballot papers are being handed over with their name 'under the fold' as it were and some people have been unable to find it. Apparently some of their supporters have complained that the UKIP were not on the ballot paper.

Which rather begs the question...

Is this a desperate rear-guard action by New Labour/Tory/Lib-Dem supporters? After all it would not be the first time officials have 'interfered' in an election, not even in this country.

Or are some people really too stupid to unfold a simple piece of paper?

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