to ask who you will be voting for tomorrow?

(592 Posts)
lollyloll Wed 06-May-15 11:33:18

Ex Lib-Dem voter and I will probably be voting Green even though they haven't a hope in hell of getting in where I live. There are no parties that represent me 100% and I feel like the Greens are offering a lot of fresh polices (as well as quite a few crazy ones) but I am ready for change.

ThroughThickAndThin01 Wed 06-May-15 11:34:34

Just did this yesterday lolly.

Conservative.

IHaveBrilloHair Wed 06-May-15 11:35:58

SNP

littlemslazybones Wed 06-May-15 11:38:48

Labour, although I prefer the Greens.

WhetherOrNot Wed 06-May-15 11:39:35

UKIP

ollieplimsoles Wed 06-May-15 11:40:20

Conservative

spudholes Wed 06-May-15 11:51:36

I've never voted, and I know nothing about all the different parties. Can someone give me a quick rundown of each one and what they stand for? I really want to vote tomorrow for the first time. Thanks!

U2TheEdge Wed 06-May-15 11:53:34

Labour.

Morelikeguidelines Wed 06-May-15 11:53:45

Labour, since you ask.

BifsWif Wed 06-May-15 11:54:29

Conservative

Tulipblank Wed 06-May-15 11:55:48

I've already voted (postal).

I voted labour in both general and local elections.

TeaorcakeTeawins Wed 06-May-15 11:57:59

Cancelling myself out by proxy voting for a friend - I'm voting one way in a marginal, she's voting the other way...

BifsWif Wed 06-May-15 11:58:02

spudholes go to voteforpolicies.org.uk and take the survey, it's really helpful if you're not sure who to vote for.

Shinyshoes2 Wed 06-May-15 11:59:10

Conservative

DP is voting labour

Number3cometome Wed 06-May-15 11:59:44

Me and OH are voting Conservative

BunnyLebowski Wed 06-May-15 12:00:18

I'm voting Labour.

DP is voting Green. First time in 15 years we haven't voted for the same party!

Reignbeau Wed 06-May-15 12:00:31

SNP

MythicalKings Wed 06-May-15 12:00:34

4 Labour votes here.

dashoflime Wed 06-May-15 12:01:13

SNP

ThingWithFeathers Wed 06-May-15 12:02:28

SNP

Bodyinpyjamas10 Wed 06-May-15 12:02:49

Conservative mainly because I think stability is needed most now for the economy. And I detest and loathe Ed balls. The final deciding factor though was eds ridiculous carved stone. I mean really ffs.

Galaxymum Wed 06-May-15 12:09:14

DH is staunch Tory who hates Ed Balls with a passion. I am such a floating voter and have been swayed back to the Conservatives in the past week due to Ed's ridiculous stone tablet and his poor performances. I think we have a far more stable economy with the Conservatives and finally I have been swayed by the Tory candidate being local whereas Labour have shipped in a woman candidate from another area and she has been sponsored by high ranking Labour people.

weeblueberry Wed 06-May-15 12:10:39

I'm voting SNP and DP is voting labour.

Bodyinpyjamas10 Wed 06-May-15 12:10:50

Blimey Galaxy wierd x post there. grin

pnutter Wed 06-May-15 12:11:12

Labour

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