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Cameron Looks For Election Victory

Cameron Looks For Election Victory Witney MP David Cameron is starting what is probably the most important week of his political career, if not his life.

If you believe the polls, Cameron will be Prime Minister by the end of the week, but there are still a few days before people vote on Thursday - and as we saw last week with the 'Bigoted Woman' comment made by Gordon Brown, there is still time for Cameron to slip up!

And Nick Clegg will be hoping that his performances in the live television debates on ITV, Sky and BBC will be translated into crosses in boxes on voting papers in polling booths.

It's going to be an interesting few days...

The following candidates have been named in the Witney constituency for the General Election on Thursday, May 6.

Dawn Barnes (Liberal Democrat)
Aaron Barschak (Independent)
Colin Bex (Wessex Regionalists)
David Cameron (Conservative)
Johnnie Cook (Independent)
Joe Goldberg (Labour)
Howling Laud Hope (Monster Raving Loony William Hill Party)
Stuart Macdonald (Green)
Nikolai Tolstoy (United Kingdom Independence Party)
Paul Wesson (Independent)

Posted : 03/05/2010 07:58:49

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