Category Archives: SNP

What? No Apple Pie? The Alternative Vote Referendum Ballot in Full

Whilst manning our street stall in Leith we were approached for the first time by someone who thought that if they voted Yes to the Alternative Vote voting system in the referendum on the 5th May they would never get … Continue reading

Posted in Advantages of the Alternative Vote, Preferential Voting, proportional voting, Referendum Bill, SNP, Uncategorized, Yes to AV | 4 Comments

Edinburgh Says Yes – In All Her Rainbow Colours But Mainly Purple

Whilst Flyering the Faithful on the road to Murrayfield we had just two people tell us they were going to vote No and their reasons for doing so were interesting. The other can be found here.  This post is mainly … Continue reading

Posted in Edinburgh, Greens, Local Activism, SNP, Uncategorized, Yes to AV | 3 Comments

A Calculated Insult to the People of Scotland

Whilst flyering on the road to Murrayfield we had one lady stop and tell us she was going to spoil her ballot paper as a protest because she felt the referendum should not be held on the same day as … Continue reading

Posted in Alex Salmond, Local Activism, SNP, Voting for Change, Yes to AV | Tagged | 3 Comments