Anyone who goes to vote at Kindcentrum de Olijfboom in Deventer today will meet Wieke Esschendal, newsreader at Radio Oost and regularly heard in the afternoon. She volunteers at the polling station in the child center. “My job is to hand out the voting passes, I’m chief of large papers,” she laughs, referring to the large papers that all voters receive when they vote. After all, it lists all eligible voters on whom a vote can be cast. And today voters do not receive one such voting pass, but two because they can also vote for the water boards.
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