Gibraltar polling day

By John Smith Thursday, 26 November 2015 15:00 0
Checking voters credentials at the polling station. Checking voters credentials at the polling station. Picture courtesy of HM Government of Gibraltar

THERE were early morning queues of people anxious to cast their votes in the Gibraltar election on November 26 (Thanksgiving Day in the US and for some of the politicians in the Territory).

The leaders of the three main parties were available for photo calls as they attended the relevant polling stations with their partners in order to cast their votes, and the Governor Alison Macmillan visited some of the stations to speak to officials and volunteers who are working there.

Although opinion polls have indicated that the GSLP/GLP alliance is likely to finish the day with the most number of seats, only the electors of Gibraltar will make the final decision.

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