Liberal Democrats expect a tight race Winchester could make an upset for the Conservatives that are attempting to hold onto this constituency that appeared to stay.
Some voters are currently contemplating strategic voting – voting for a candidate aside from their preferred to conquer an undesired candidate.
“I’d normally choose the coverages and here the only workable choice is to vote Lib Dem in case you do not need a Conservative MP,” Winchester voter Karen Williams advised Euronews.
Winchester is just one of these 60 constituencies in which remain-backing parties have pulled candidates to not divide the vote.
From the 2016 referendum, individuals in Winchester voted 59 percent to stay in the European Union.
Paula Ferguson, the Liberal Democrat candidate at Winchester, stated that many Labour voters have told that they’ll vote for her.
“I honestly think we could win this seat since there are a lot of Labour voters that are saying to me personally, yes, I am voting Liberal Democrat since I wish to find that rotten conservative authorities from Number 10,” Ferguson explained.
But some Republicans say that they do not support strategic voting.
“Tactical voting shouldn’t occur, it ought to be in your conscience,” said voter Tom Polton who would like to conquer the Labour party.