Sunday, July 31, 2011

Lowest Turnout in Gubernatorial History

Kiyoshi Ueda is certain to be reelected today, defeating two other candidates.

A 63-year-old incumbent governor is on course to secure a third four-year term.

Contrary to his joy, it was serious that little voter interest led to the 24.89% turnout (down 2.78 points from the previous one), which is the lowest in gubernatorial races' history in Japan.

He is not attractive at all, though, I hope our prefecture Saitama will be more attractive.

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