The Green Party’s (MDG) leader Une Bastholm voted on Monday morning at Foss upper secondary school in Oslo. She was the last of all the party leaders to vote in the elections.
Bastholm met volunteers at Åmot bridge along the Akerselva, which is close to the school, before she entered the election station to vote.
Most party leaders voted in advance this year, while Bastholm, the Progress Party (FRP) leader Sylvi Listhaug, and Prime Minister and Conservative Party (H) leader Erna Solberg chose to vote on election day.
On average, the MDG has done well in the national polls. The party’s average support was 5.5% in August before falling to 4.9% this September, according to Poll of polls.
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