Tony Ehrenreich casts his vote

2011-05-18 07:44
Cape Town - ANC Cape Town mayoral candidate Tony Ehrenreich was among the first in the queue to cast his vote at the Uitsig High School in Cape Town on Wednesday.

Speaking after voting, Ehrenreich expressed his happiness with the process and his confidence of winning the mayor's seat.

He said the ANC had an extensive engagement to get its supporters out to vote and, if they all turned out, the ANC would take Cape Town.

Ehrenreich said his supporters were enthusiastic about the election and he was looking forward to working with all of the people of Cape Town when he became mayor.

"We want to build a united Cape Town, rich and poor, black and white," he said.

Ehrenreich had a sea of messages from voting stations all over the city reporting lengthy queues.

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