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Thursday, May 06, 2010 

And now we wait...

Nothing left to say, I fear, except I reckon the turnout's going to be high if the two polling stations I've been near are anything to go by. If I get over-excited I might do a little live blogging, but we shall see. Not sure if Lib Con's doing anything live, but if they are you might find me over there also. And because I know you care so deeply, you'll be pleased to note I resisted the temptation, despite wavering in the polling station, and voted Green.


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High turnout is surely good for the left?

Good for the Libs I should think, but since both polling stations were in what I should I think are heavily Tory areas, might also mean a lot determined to kick out Labour.

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