Saturday, November 24, 2007
At the local polling booth, I collected how to vote cards from everyone there (it's a thankless job and I'm not giving any hints) and (environmentally) returned them all after voting.
You can number just once above the line on the Senate tablecloth, I mean voting paper, or number 1-79 below. Yup, I did 1-79, which gives you some interesting dilemmas about which of the minor parties you find least objectionable. Not a paper that a boothworker/counter or scrutineer will love, but there you are. I don't like my preferences being dictated by others.
It will be interesting to see the result tonight - interesting precisely because it's not a sure thing either way.