Polling station, Whitton Avenue East

This scout hut had at least five “polling station” signs on it in case anyone was in any doubt as to where to cast their vote. It has, at times, been a bitterly contested election for Mayor of London, as well as seats in the London Assembly. We will find out tomorrow whether Boris Johnson will serve a second consecutive term or lose out to Ken Livingstone, who has already served two terms as Mayor. It seems unlikely that any of the other five candidates will win.

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2 thoughts on “Polling station, Whitton Avenue East

  1. I went along to vote at about 7.30 tonight at Little Ealing School and was pleasantly surprised to find there was a queue. Only four people for my zone, but better than no-one.

    • This one was quite busy, in fact I had to keep waiting until voters were out of the way. It is a shame that there is such a low turn out, especially when you think that there are people in other countries who would willingly fight for the right to vote.

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