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  • "Makes me laugh, somewhat, that Bitterne returns a "Labour" candidate, and neighbouring Harefield returns a "Conservative" candidate - could be something to do with the odd boundaries - part of Bitterne comes under the Harefield ward.

    Still, I maintain there is no difference between the parties except the colour of their rosette, and of the few people who did vote, how many even bothered with policies? Most people I know vote for the party label, they would still vote for the candidate labelled as "Conservative" or "Labour" or whatever, irrespective of policy. Democracy? Is it really the best system money can buy? Or is just an illusion, deluding the public that they have a say in who runs the city/county/country? Seems 70% of us don't think so!"
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Election 2012 - Southampton - Bitterne

Election 2012 - Southampton - Bitterne

First published in Politics

Bitterne

CandidatePartyVotes
David FullerConservative1217
Mary Lloyd - WinnerLabour1416
Perry McMillanTrade Unionists & Socialists Against Cuts77
Rob NaishLiberal Democrat133
William WithersUK Independence Party210

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