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October 26, 2009

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Ruth Gouldbourne

Thank you. When I get fed up, cross and apathetic, thinking it's not worth getting involved or even voting - I remember people went to prison, endured degradation ande even died to let me vote. And it wasn't that long ago. Usually gets me going again....

Catriona

One of the main things my Dad taught me was the importance of voting - even if only to 'spoil' a ballot paper. 'People died to get you this right' was he constant reminder. He may not approve of how I vote, but at least he be glad that I, and all my siblings, do.

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