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Bob Richards and Craig Cannonier go head to head on Saturday for the leadership of the One Bermuda Alliance.

But will either of them be able to lead the OBA to an election victory over the PLP - despite a faltering economy.

The feeling is that Premier Paula Cox will call an election soon, but will the PLP's track record be enough to get them another term in power? Ms Cox appears to be trying to distance herself from the previous regime, but will that work?

Could Kim and Charlie Swan, who still represent the UBP, play a role? Could they end up playing a key role in deciding which party will end up being the governing party?

There's plenty to think about in Bermudian politics - and plenty to say. So let's hear your views.

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Published September 07, 2011 at 9:00 am (Updated September 06, 2011 at 1:59 pm)

LIVE NOW! Have your say on politics in Bermuda

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