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The five must-read blogs from today, on the election, corrections and cereal.

1. However you vote today, demonstrate on Saturday

On Next Left, Stuart Wright implores readers to join the Trafalgar Square demonstration for electoral reform on Saturday, whatever happens overnight.

2. Vote 2010: An election reflection

At Left Foot Forward, Will Straw looks back over an election campaign that has focused on process rather than policy, but argues that Labour is still winning the battle of ideas.

3. The digital general election: three technology trends for next time around

As new media's importance to the 2010 campaign is debated, Martin Belam presents, over at Curry Bet, the techie trends that he expects to see more of at the next election.

4. Philippa Stroud -- a correction

At Liberal Conspiracy, Unity corrects a mistaken report concerning Phillipa Stroud, Tory PPC for Sutton and Cheam, and finds her more Wayne Rooney than J K Rowling.

5. Cheerio! The boxfresh message in crunch Labour marginal

On the Evening Standard blog, Paul Waugh digests a cereal mystery plaguing the Labour marginal of Harrow West.

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