Voted, not because I expect it to make a significant difference here in South-East Cambs, but if you don't make the effort, it never will.
The Lib Dems might get a bit of a boost from our new local Labour candidate having been suspended from the Labour party, along with the national swing, but it's still a fairly safe Tory seat.
(We do have a Green Candidate, who has apparently been sensibly spending his time helping the campaign in Cambridge City, where the Greens might get a significant percentage of the vote, rather than wasting his time here, where they won't. (He's also a City councillor who lives in the city.))
And, via various friends, a reminder that yes, it could still be worse under the Tories
, and funny Common People video
Now to wait and (probably) see if the friendly bicycle of new Dave Conservatism is followed by the SUV of old Conservatism.
[EDIT - result now in, Con hold, 2.7% swing Con->LD, Lab down 13.8% on last time.http://news.bbc.co.uk/nol/shared/election2010/results/constituency/e12.stm