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2015 Mock election

Elm class have been learning all about the democratic process of voting, because of the general election on the 7th of May. They started the week by finding out all about what an election actually is, and how to vote. They all registered to vote in their own election and then were split into 4 political parties:

The Progress Party, The Tomorrow Party, The Vision Party and The Transform Party.

The Progress Party, The Tomorrow Party, The Vision Party and The Transform Party. 1
The Progress Party, The Tomorrow Party, The Vision Party and The Transform Party. 2
The Progress Party, The Tomorrow Party, The Vision Party and The Transform Party. 3
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From a selection of promises, they picked a top three to create their own manifesto. Thye spent the week campaigning by putitng up posters and producing leaflets to try to convince people to vote for them.
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On Friday, they presented their manifestos to the rest of the school. Then, everyone had the chance to vote.
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And the winnder was.....The Tomorrow party, with 44 votes! They promised to give children at secondary school finance education, give young carers breaks and holidays and to allow members of the local community more say in how their area is run.

 

Well done Elm calss for a great election campaign!

 

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