February 07, 2007

Election Fever Hits Campus! Part 2A!

Follow-up to Election Fever Hits Campus! Part 2! from Ian Henderson's Warwick Blogs Adventure

To kick off with, I’m just going back to a couple of things I said in my previous post.

Firstly, here’s the hallowed cardboard election poster:

Cardboard Poster

No expense spared, quite clearly. And here’s a flyer I was handed from L3 earlier featuring a certain Pam:



Also, note the fact that this makes no mention of the fact she’s only proposing it for 2nd and 3rd years, contradicting her manifesto.

Anyway, that’s all for now. I’ve vowed to actually get on with some work now, but I should be back later to regail you with stories from today.

Bye for now!

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  1. Keep it up! This is all very entertaining!

    I’ve decided I secretly miss all this election stuff after all. I’ve forgotten what it’s like to have something to moan about and take the piss out of constantly.

    07 Feb 2007, 13:35

  2. I don’t understand why people even promise anything like this. Even if I hadn’t had experience of working on the Union’s representation to the University I’d know that promises about no 9am lectures are pie in the sky.

    07 Feb 2007, 15:21

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