Your absolute last chance to vote in the Liberal Youth elections – and what happens next

Voting closes in the Liberal Youth elections at 12 noon today – so if you are eligible to vote, and you haven’t done so already, get on with it.

As returning officer, I’ll be heading into the Party’s Scottish HQ to enter the postal ballots before I stop voting at noon. I may or may not have the assistance of some helpful and entirely neutral sloths. Ed Balls  will not be allowed anywhere near the building.

The wonderful electronic gadgetry will then give me the results.

I will then contact the candidates. Once they and the Executive have been informed, I will reveal the new team for 2013-14.

So, watch this space for news.

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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