Ubuntu Party Leaders cast their vote!
Louise Clarke and Michael Tellinger cast their vote for the Ubuntu Party at around 9am this morning in this historic election day during which the truth of our economic and financial enslavement has been blown wide open. Finally the people understand that the division, the separation, the hardship and all our human misery has been imposed on us by the banking system.
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IMPORTANT VOTING INFORMATION
Even if you did not register for voting this past year, as long as you voted in the past 3 elections you will be able to vote. You should still be registered. Find out if you are registered and where you are registered by clicking on this link.
Even if you are NOT in the province where you are registered – you can still vote for the NATIONAL Assembly – no matter where you will be. Just go to the SECTION 24 DESK or Presiding IEC Official and tell them you want to vote for the national assembly only. This will only apply if you are outside of your registered voting area.
UBUNTU Party will be on the National Ballot Paper only – 4th from the bottom. We are not contesting any of the provinces. You can vote for any other party on the provincial ballot BUT…
VOTE UBUNTU Party on the National Ballot.
The country belongs to its people.
“On 7 May 2014, South Africa hosted its fifth general elections since the fall of apartheid, which is used to elect a new National Assembly and new provincial legislatures.”
[NOTE: Results can be found here: http://mybroadband.co.za/news/government/101746-south-african-election-results-online.html ]