POLITICS: Election Day is Finally Here – Vote Now!

The day has come.

 

As of 7am this morning, you have until 10pm to have your say as to who governs our country. Today, depending on where you are, there may also be local council elections as well as the general election.

If you are running late, no rush – as long as you are in the line by 10pm, you will be able to vote!

 

No matter who you believe in, please make sure your voice counts, as every vote can make a difference.

Let us know your thoughts, and who you have voted for and why! Whether it be commenting on here, or sharing the post on Facebook, or quoting on Twitter – get involved!

The Verse Staff

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