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The time has come for Suffolk voters

PUBLISHED: 15:15 06 May 2010 | UPDATED: 09:39 01 August 2010

HUNDREDS of keen voters are heading for the polling stations to make their mark in the general election.

Across Suffolk, hundreds of polling stations opened at 7am, with the electorate having until 10pm to cast their votes.

HUNDREDS of keen voters are heading for the polling stations to make their mark in the general election.

Across Suffolk, hundreds of polling stations opened at 7am, with the electorate having until 10pm to cast their votes.

One of the more obscure polling stations has been set up in a Suffolk couple's living room.

Voters in the Wattisham area are set to venture to Mapledown, The Green, Bildeston Road, to get their voices heard one how should represent the constituencies of Suffolk.

Strategists believe that an unusually large number of voters will only make their minds up when they get into the polling booths, adding a layer of uncertainty to the result.

A string of eve-of-election opinion polls gave David Cameron's Conservatives a clear lead over Labour and the Liberal Democrats, but suggested that the Tories will not reach the level of support they need to claim an overall majority in the House of Commons.


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