My friend has two elderly parents who are both registered postal voters. They vote this way due to their health. Their local MP Bridget Prentice has written to all postal voters, towing the party line and trying to drum up trade. Nothing wrong with that I guess. I'm sure it's being done by all parties. Here is scan of the front of the letter: Then, on the back you have this on the reverse. Now for those who read things thoroughly this does state "if you want to vote labour", but as we all know, not everyone reads that way. For the old, the ill or those who generally fear paperwork, this is a little misleading. Would it not have been better if the caption had read "to make your vote" and that the names on the example ballot paper had said "example name" etc. Should this letter have been clearer? Or do you like me, detect a cynical attempt to try and trick a few vunerable members of the electorate in to voting a particular way? Opinions please.