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I ,like everyone else, have been trying to determine before hand who will win this election in Barbados.Apparently not even the pollsters can determine that ...we have been getting conflicting results .One pollster is giving the BLP the edge while the other is giving the opposition DLP.

One thing is for sure...it is going to be a much more closely contested election .In the previous two elections we had in Barbados it seemed as though the opposition had no money to spend,not this time around...

I know there have been some really big issues recently and the Barbados political blogs have been having a field day.I really believe that the influence of these blogs may have been underestimated but we shall wait and see.....I do believe that Bajans will make the right choice...they always do......

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