Candidates in crucial Hong Kong by-election make frantic last-minute appeals as rain puts dampener on voter turnout – South China Morning Post

South China Morning Post
Voter turnout on a gloomy, rain-soaked Sunday was expected to make all the difference as Hong Kong held a key legislative by-election marked by candidates making frantic, last-minute appeals for supporters to show up at polling booths. Only about 200
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