Fewer polls raise fear over turnout
Concerns are growing over this month's voter turnout as state elections officials continue to spread the word that there will be 97 fewer polling places across the islands for this year's elections.
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#1 Sep 11, 2010
There is simply no-one running that is worth voting for. Nothing will change, the developers win, the tourism board wins, the people lose. More immigration, more ghetto housing, more crime, more welfare, less services for taxpayers, more services for no-loads, higher taxes on those that work. Just like last time, and the time before that, and so on. No candidate has said any of this will change.
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