Sunday, June 13, 2010

15:00 - 16:00

A lot of children are accompanying their parents when they come to the Camp Nou to vote.

Barcelona chief executive Joan Oliver was one of the first to vote after the elections started at 9 am this morning.

Barcelona presidential candidate Agustí Benedito has complained that at some places the papers with his name have disappeared. Barcelona presidential candidate Jaume Ferrer has complained that at some places the papers with his name were covered by papers with the name of Sandro Rosell."

78% of the people who are able to vote are male, 22% are female.

At 3 pm, 32.495 people had already cast their vote, which is a particaption rate of 27,38%. In 2003, there were 27.671 voters, which was 29,33%.


  1. im guessing that this blog after the end of elections will have served its purpose and I dont know if there are plans to continue covering barcelona presidency or whatever , so I would like to express my gratitude towards the owner of the blog for all the interesting and non stop info he posted here and generally his hard work.
    I have countless visits here since I found out about this site.
    Also I would like to add that although laportas era was wonderful it was not as stable as anyone thinks (thats just an "illusion" created because his last two years were unprecedent).However this did not stop him from guiding barcelona throughout their best period ever.
    I wouldn't vote for rosell , however I am sure that whoever the president ,he has a very solid and successful basis to do wonders with the club.

  2. many thanks for your words, mei. always nice to hear your work is appreciated :-)

  3. Man, where do those kids get those old school jerseys? I would love to have a Romario and Laudrup Meyba/Kappa shirts.