I am watching the results of the British election and a few minutes watched the returning officer of Paisley and Renfrewshire South announce that 20-year old Scottish National Party candidate Mhairi Black had unseated Labour Party MP Douglas Alexander, a former cabinet minister under both Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, by nearly 6,000 votes.
Black becomes the youngest MP elected to the British House of Commons since 1667. Apparently, her desire to head butt Labour Party councillors only endeared her to voters.
And I thought the Alberta NDP had elected really young people.
Truth be told, the SNP could have run a sheep in Paisley and Renfrewshire South and won by 6,000 votes.
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