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thousands of games heading to police stations today to decide in the new parliament , in one of the tightest races in election history , i'm rushes correspondent alexander tiny and i'm at the city hall in copenhagen , the federal aisles in greenland might play a decisive role in today's election , i'm so fed up with this blue enriched because i think that ten colleges in denmark and yesterday it was not like a democracy it was like a mediocrity like two parties only representative talk about this election immigration and social services among the most heated topic election this year , the danish people's parties stands to gain about four votes , yeah maybe escape cnmi my policy and the whole organization is fighting for every last vote for three or four and we will not stop campaigning until the very end , hell it's one expert is right behind last week of us in the polls but with nineteen percent of voters still undecided there's really no saying how the outcome will be tonight