Sunny out­look

Rutherglen Reformer - - You Decide -

The poor week­end weather did not de­ter lo­cal Yes cam­paign­ers when they hit the streets of Cam­bus­lang on Satur­day with their pos­i­tive mes­sage of hope for Scot­land’s future.

And they say it was a mes­sage well re­ceived by lo­cal shop­pers, and pointed to a se­ries of na­tional polls over last week­end.

Coun­cil­lor Clare McColl who rep­re­sents Cam­bus­lang West Ward said: “While the weather in Scot­land may be unset­tled I think the out­come of the Ref­er­en­dum is much more pre­dictable.

“Three dif­fer­ent na­tional opin­ion polls re­leased over last week­end show the gap is clos­ing, which on av­er­age show that Yes only needs a three per cent swing to claim vic­tory. The polls are only con­firm­ing the feel­ing on the streets, that the peo­ple of Scot­land are ready to em­bark on the jour­ney to a much fairer, health­ier and wealth­ier future.”

Yes please Bob Doris MSP with lo­cal res­i­dents who are vot­ing Yes

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