Monday, 26 April 2010

Thanet south general election candidate starts blog.

Peter Bucklitsch the Liberal Democrat candidate has started a blog see http://petersouththanet-libdem2010.blogspot.com/ there is no comment moderation set, although it has got irritating word verification.

He had also pointed me to his website http://souththanet-libdems.org.uk/ it is all a bit in an early days state as the two sites don’t seem to be linked, but does seem to be a movement by a local candidate to engage in open debate on the internet.
Incidentally blogger seems to be playing up a bit this morning with comments taking a while to appear, delete and feed, so don’t be surprised if your comments don’t appear immediately.

3 comments:

  1. Bit late considering the postal votes were delivered last Saturday so anyone who opted to vote this way will, no doubt, have already cast their vote.

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  2. Well done PETER, you seem to be getting up the noses of the local TORIES with the number of Labour supporters switching to you,I think that you could win this seat,you have 3 votes from us.

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  3. Received the UKIP leaflet today. It takes the prize for the most inaccurate and misleading election statement since the BNP on e in 2007

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