PCC ELECTIONS: Who did you vote for?

Which candidate did you vote for in the Police and Crime Commissioner elections?

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12:19am Fri 16 Nov 12

pwharley says...

I voted for RON (Re Open Nominations)!
I voted for RON (Re Open Nominations)! pwharley

11:14am Fri 16 Nov 12

Gareth says...

Our PCC election has made national headlines!

Closest race? Hottest debate? Uhh, no... According to The Independent:

"Newport Council confirmed 0% per cent votes at a polling station in the city, but were unwilling to say which station was affected."

We rock :-)
Our PCC election has made national headlines! Closest race? Hottest debate? Uhh, no... According to The Independent: "Newport Council confirmed 0% per cent votes at a polling station in the city, but were unwilling to say which station was affected." We rock :-) Gareth

11:59am Fri 16 Nov 12

snafu1 says...

Freedom of information request on its way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!
Freedom of information request on its way!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !! snafu1

12:09pm Fri 16 Nov 12

Gareth says...

It's your choice obviously, but that'll cost a few hundred quid in staff time (ie our money).

If you really want to know which area it was, just call the Argus and suggest that that they request the info from the council. Worse case, then go for the FOI route.

Again, it's your call though...
It's your choice obviously, but that'll cost a few hundred quid in staff time (ie our money). If you really want to know which area it was, just call the Argus and suggest that that they request the info from the council. Worse case, then go for the FOI route. Again, it's your call though... Gareth

12:24pm Fri 16 Nov 12

Dee-Gee says...

I did a protest non-vote - keep politics out of policing.
I did a protest non-vote - keep politics out of policing. Dee-Gee

12:37pm Fri 16 Nov 12

Gareth says...

Dee-Gee wrote:
I did a protest non-vote - keep politics out of policing.
...another may be that that the policy of crime and policing is already the remit of the Home Office. Why should we need another level of local bureacracy?
[quote][p][bold]Dee-Gee[/bold] wrote: I did a protest non-vote - keep politics out of policing.[/p][/quote]...another may be that that the policy of crime and policing is already the remit of the Home Office. Why should we need another level of local bureacracy? Gareth

7:01am Sat 17 Nov 12

signal box says...

More jobs for the old guard on the square
More jobs for the old guard on the square signal box

2:27am Sun 18 Nov 12

smokintheweed says...

I would have voted but on this occasion didn't bother. I expected the candidates to at least try a publicity stunt but these faceless morons left me so much in the dark that i cared far less about them.
I would have voted but on this occasion didn't bother. I expected the candidates to at least try a publicity stunt but these faceless morons left me so much in the dark that i cared far less about them. smokintheweed

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