Comment posted Misleading instructions to voters: is Duncan Macintyre trawling for 4th preference votes? by Peter.
Then again, don’t bother. I contacted them re the above-mentioned MacIntyre claim and was told that they ‘do not regulate their [candidates’] campaign material’.
So basically, as far as the Electoral Commision is concerned, you can say what you want on yer campaign bumf.
Peter also commented
- If Duncan MacIntyre’s email address is www.argyll-bute.gov.uk, as it says on his leaflet, then why are Argyll and Bute giving out false and misleading voting information?
- You can contact the Electoral Commission at
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