18 May 2010

Coventry Green Results

Just realised I didn't post the local Green results, so here they are:


It's nice there was a higher voter turnout generally with it being a general election. Enjoyed going to the count, like watching democracy in motion but we still need proportional representation to reflect what people are really voting for:



Richard Shorthouse said...

Well done for a good year of campaigning

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