As the election approaches, each political party is campaigning door to door in order to seize control. Flody Shivambu took to Twitter to discuss the massive number of people who attended his meeting; the crowd was so large that other political parties, particularly members of the ruling party, are beginning to feel threatened. One Twitter user continued, "Hopefully, people have registered to vote, because a huge number does not guarantee that people will show up and vote for your political party."
On November 3rd, we shall all find out if all of this was worth it or if it was just another Eff gimmick.
That is also what you stated during the last elections, and I implore you to prove me incorrect this time. Simply win a ward, since the reality is that you will not win any municipality until you form a partnership with another party.
The EFF has gained wards in the past.
Perhaps state that you have graduated to Municipalities. The upside is that it is perpetually increasing. One day, a municipality will emerge.
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