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Things Are Looking Good Herman Mashaba's Party - Will He Win The Elections?

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With local municipal elections approaching, it is more than obvious which political parties will rise, which ones will fall, and which ones will stay in the same place. As of now, ActionSA appears to be one of the political parties with more chances of coming out on top in the upcoming local elections.

Two of some of the biggest reasons ActionsSA will be one of the victors on the upcoming elections are: Its leader is the former mayor of Johannesburg who was once dedicated to making Johannesburg a city for all South African and free it from foreigner capture, another reasoning is the fact that ActionSA is a newly registered political party, there are no bad rumours (Which may potentially negatively affect its performance) around its image. Right now the only thing that exists alongside ActionSA is the sweet promises made by the political party to the nation of South Africa.

According to Twitter under #ActionSA, it appears a lot of South Africans are also willing to put their votes behind Herman Mashaba’s political party. A lot of people seem to believe the party will do well in the upcoming elections including @Jimmy Tweeted “I think ActionSA will do very well in the next elections, I am voting ActionSA.”

ActionSA will only be contesting for full ownership in not more than 6 local municipalities. Namely: Johannesburg; Tshwane, Ekurhuleni, EThekwini, Newcastle, and KwaDukuza. Contesting in only 6 municipalities will prove to be one of the biggest advantages of the ActionSA as they will be able to do more work and focus only on six electoral campaigns – it is not farfetched to believe the less municipality they contest for, the more chances of them coming out victorious on at least half of the above-mentioned cities.

ActionSA even appeared to have more voters compared to the EFF, UDM, and IFP respectively, this is according to an online poll organized by TimesLive. The poll had over 6900 votes and ActionSA managed to acquire 30% of those votes. The DA obtained the first spot with the ANC and EFF sitting at the third and sixth spots respectively.

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