BT gets ‘Progressive’

| 23/05/2013

(CNS): The PPM's  Al Suckoo finally passed Theresa Pitcairn after almost three quarters of the vote was counted in Bodden Town. The Progressives began to look increasingly likely to get a clean sweep in the district which would help carry them to government. Party veteran Anthony Eden was leading with 1258 ahead of his party team mate Ozzie Bodden who had 1112 votes Wayne Panton remained in third position with 1098 votes and Suckoo was just seven votes ahead of Theresa Pitcairn while Charles Clifford was slipping further behind. PNA candidates Dwayne Seymour and Mark Scotland were clearly out of the race by 2am as they sat in 8th and 9th place just ahead of the remaining independents.

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  1. Dred says:

    Said this before people. BTers are nobody to mess with. We will always get our revenge. Now our PNA partners can go sit at the DUMP they so strongly endorsed. PPM rules this elections and VOTE Straight never been more resounding.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Will someone be able to draw little pictures of what has happened so that John John can understand why he can't go play in the LA anymore?  He can spend more time planning stake outs in hotel car parks now.

  3. David Shibli says:

    Thank God that Scotland and Seymour are out. It also looks like Anglin and Glidden will be joining them on the scrap heap. Thank you voters, THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Vote are still counting. Theresa could easily surpass 7 votes.