Registered voters of the Tema Community 20 Desmaco polling station have come out en force to vote and even though the lines were long, voters have taken the opportunity to be neighborly
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According to a resident of the Tema Community 20, the Desmaco polling station start the voting exercise at about 8:15.
Up until then there'd only been a small commotion caused by queue jumpers and an incident where a group of drove past the polling station on two occasions shouting at the queued voters to vote for the constituency's NPP parliamentary candidate. All of which ended once a police officer in riot gear arrived.
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Other than the commotions, residents reported no major commotion during the morning and residents started to compare this year's election with the previous one held in 2012.
The queued voters commented on how slow the line was moving even though there weren't too many people at the pooling station at the time. Some residents commented that the slow procession was proof that EC Chairperson, Charlotte Osei, was doing everything to make sure the elections are free and fair.