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One Minute Manifestos 

Swindon Elections 2012: who will you be voting for? Here's each main party's ONE MINUTE MANIFESTO - WATCH VIDEO

The big Swindon election:
every councillor is up for election
There will soon be the opportunity for those of voting age to decide who runs our Town - and how the money raised by Council Tax is spent.
On Thursday 03 May 2012 the Swindon local elections will take place, and representatives from all the major political parties will be vying for seats on Swindon Borough Council [SBC].

At present, the Conservatives are in control of SBC with a majority of 16 seats - but, of course, that could all change if you have your vote.
Party No. of councillors
Conservative 37
Labour 16
Liberal Democrat 4
Other 1
It's your choice!

That's why we've been out to ask each local party why they think you should vote for them - in just 60 seconds!

That's right, just when everyone is saying they have no time for politics, we found five willing councillors brave enough to state their party's cause with zero waffle, impossible as that may seem!

Just simply a straight-talking minute on camera, with no editing.

SWTV will be bringing you the results within hours of them being announced.

Listen to the election results
LIVE  on Swindon 105.5  

From 10pm onwards

Just click HERE

Swindon 105.5 Live Elections

One Minute Manifestos

                    Nick Martin
            Conservative Party   

                Mark Dempsey   
                     Labour Party   

                     Stan Pajak
            Liberal Democrats   

                      John Short

                     Bill Hughes
                    Green Party   

Decided yet?...
The choice is yours. Just remember it's on Thursday 03 May.

SWTV will be bringing you the results within hours of them being announced.

Full information on how to vote including details on pre-registration for Internet and Postal voting is available via the link below.
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