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It is ok if most Swedes view the state as a good grandfather or uncle, we are aiming for the others. Our aim is not the majority of the votes it is to get more then 4 %.

We (right now) have 8754 members, and are thus bigger then the green party. I think we have a higher percentage of members that actually does something then most parties, but I have nothing really to back this up with. We do lack economic resources for big campaigns but we make do with what we got.

Our party structure is a wiki party structure, not to be confused with a weak one. And what shady people do you refer to? Do you mean people who write comments at suspect websites while hiding behind odd handles? :P

From campaigning it is quite clear that we have a substantial support among young voters, which not coincidentally matches our demographics in the party. Young tech-savvy voters are also not likely to be polled by the opinion polls as they make their sample calling oldfashioned telephones.

I am not sure how it will work out but I am sure that we will beat medias expectations.

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by A swedish kind of death on Wed Sep 6th, 2006 at 05:33:20 AM EST
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