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This is Labour's Get Out the Vote leaflet in London. Bizarrely it encourages voters to put Ken as both their first and second preference. On the face of it, they misunderstand the very electoral system they imposed. But when you think about the logic of doing this they must be really scared that many of their voters might put Boris second and therefore boost his chances of winning on second preferences. Or could there be another reason?
By the way, have you been out to vote yet? In Bromley, it seems, people can't wait to get out and do their bit to oust Livingstone. My spy tells me queueing up to vote at the Princess Plain Polling Station in Bromley Common and Keston ward. This is encouraging because in 2004 the turnout in areas like this was very low.
I'm also told that in one North London Borough (electoral law prevents me from telling you which one), at the opening of postal votes, Boris was on 69%. In 2004 at the opening of postal votes Steve Norris was in the mid 40s. Very encouraging.
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