Enniskillen day trip – 27 November 2010

22 Nov

We’re off to Enniskillen for the day on Saturday 27 November.

With only four votes between the winner and the runner up in the Westminster Election just past in May, Fermanagh & South Tyrone is the one of the closest fought seats in the UK.

"unionist unity" candidate Rodney Connor

Michelle Gildernew MP, Sinn Fein

With 45.5% of people voting for both the Independent candidate Rodney Connor and for Sinn Féin’s Michelle Gildernew, the result was very very close.

By using AV, this would not be the case – so we’re going to carry out a sample of people in the town to show what could have happened if we had used the Alternative Vote system in this year’s election. Please come along to help.

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3 Responses to “Enniskillen day trip – 27 November 2010”


  1. Off to Enniskillen for the day – 27NOV10 « GYRONNY HERALD - November 22, 2010

    […] #yesinmay, Stephen Glenn This Saturday I will be going with Stephen Glenn, and the others in the Yes to Fairer Votes campaign team to the seat of the closest result in this year’s Parliamentary […]

  2. FPTPvsAV – daily news about the campaign for fairer votes « GYRONNY HERALD - November 23, 2010

    […] working away for the Yes for Fairer Votes campaign up and down the country. Indeed I’m off to Enniskillen on Saturday with the NI campaign team. Some lucky few even get paid for it. Others of us are just […]

  3. Enniskillen stall part of national campaign « fairer votes belfast - November 26, 2010

    […] Nov The street stall in Enniskillen tomorrow is but part of the Yes campaign that is going from strength to strength […]

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