Vote Early, Vote Often

At about half past seven, I cast two votes in Southgate. Nothing illegal went on, Ms Danivon had to go away so see her mum, and she arranged for me to have her proxy vote.

After that was along day of leafletting and standing outside the polling station, I am now knackered and totally confused.

The results here are unpredictable. If the Tories gain one single seat, they will regain control of the council. However, I didn’t see the swagger from them that they had last year.

The early results suggest that the picture nationally is mixed, but that in some places the Tories have gained at the expense of the Lib Dems more than from Labour. Crawley will not be counting the votes until tomorrow, which means it’s a nail-biting time for all candiates over the next twelve hours.

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