Saturday June 6, 2020

Candidates forced to play the waiting game

Campaigning can be slow torture for some election candidates, who are unable to gain a sense of perspective from beneath their own grinning posters.

12th May, 2007

Campaigning can be slow torture for some election candidates, who are unable to gain a sense of perspective from beneath their own grinning posters.

Election campaigns are very stressful for all those involved.

Long hours, panic attacks, an obsession with what rivals are doing, too much food on the hoof and drink late at night create a frazzled bubble in which candidates and their campaigners can lose touch with reality. Only those who have been...

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