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Local Election Poster Wars

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Some observations over the last week or so here. (Cambs/hunts, tory area)

Conservatives are winning the poster/flyer wars. Almost every pub has a large 'conservatives' poster on it, with hundreds more attached to anything.

Labour seem to have pulled out the stops with taking out ads in local press, but i havent seen any posters yet. Maybe people are worried labour posters mean poor area and effect house prices :rolleyes:

UKIP probably coming second to tories with number of posters, first in some cases, but mostly in outlying areas.

Most notable change since last local and general elections is the complete absence of lib dem posters, they usually come 2nd to tories in poster volumes. There was one on the bypass, but it mysteriously 'disappeared' overnight :lol:

So from this, not sure what to make other than lib dems facing wipeout.

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Cambridgeshire is a funny place.

The city of Cambridge, even the very richest bits, is either Labour or Lib Dem. I passed some £1m+ houses and 50k cars with "Vote Labour" posters in today. We played "Spot the Tory" whilst driving across town. 2 posters to about 100 Labour ones!

Outside it is Conservatives and Lib Dems with Labour non-existent.

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