The SKWAWKBOX has received credible reports of an individual wearing a blue rosette appearing at polling stations to tell voters they can only vote if they have their polling card with them, in what appears to be an attempt to influence turn-out in the marginal constituency of Enfield North.
So far, the man has not been identified. Voters nationwide need to be aware that there is no requirement to have ID or a polling card in order to vote at a polling station. If anyone is approached by someone in that constituency or any other making such false assertions, please take a picture of the individual and send it to this blog on Twitter or Facebook, then save it for use by the police.
Again: there is no requirement to have ID or a polling card in order to vote at a polling station.
This is one of several reports today of illegal attempts to influence voters – especially young voters – from voting.
Make sure you are not fooled – and that you cast your vote for Labour. As long as you are in the queue before 10pm, you are entitled to vote.
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