Saturday, April 21, 2007

Arfon - voting has started !


For those constituents registered for a postal vote then they already have the chance to vote for their new AM. One of our members wanted to have the moment captured for the blog, and here is seen posting their vote in Bethesda at 9.10 this morning.

9 comments:

Cymro said...

If you vote postally, vote Plaid Cymru, the true party of socialism.

Cymro said...

Alun Ffred Jones is the way to go - let us all vote Plaid!

Cymro said...

You may as well give up Martin, I can assure you that Arfon is not willing to countenance a Labour AM.

Ian said...

The new rules relating to postal votes will significantly reduce fraud. Any thoughts as to who has most to lose from this?

Martin Eaglestone said...

I suspect it is Plaid in this area !

menaiblog said...

Martin, I'm truly shocked at that comment.

You seem to be implying that another political party in a specific area practices electoral fraud.

If you have evidence of such practices, you should take that evidence to the police - immediately. After all we're talking about a serious criminal offence here.

If you have no such evidence you should remove the comment. Apart from dragging the level of the political discourse here down to the gutters, you're also venturing into dubious legal territory.

Please remove the comment.

Aled said...

Oh Ian

I know your chances of winning as the Plaid Cymru candidate in Swansea are nil...

But surely the fact you are spending more time attacking a Labour candidate in north wales, rather than out on the doors talking to people in Swansea speaks volumes.

Or are Plaid just so short of stooges to attack Martin in Arfon that they have to round up people like you to help?

Martin Eaglestone said...

You are far too sensitive - I am simply suggesting, in a moment of frnakness, that as Plaid have the larger political machine in this area then they have the greatest challnge in getting postal voters resigned and turned out. Calm down!

menaiblog said...

Surely it's the other way round - where you have a large electoral machine, you're in a better position to overcome technical difficulties.