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You can't vote...

posted 19 Apr 2015, 07:35 by Tom Hughes   [ updated 19 Apr 2015, 14:44 ]

...unless you register by midnight on Monday! Our simple guide to if, how and who:





Above: 100% yes, you should vote!






Above: your vote could change everything!

Should you vote?

Yes, as you can see from our handy graphic to the left, yes you should! 100%

How do I get a vote?

Make sure you're registered by midnight on Monday April 20th. It takes 5 minutes, you'll need your National Insurance number handy (if you have one), then follow this link:

Can my vote make a difference?

Oh yes, in 2010 non-voters outnumbered votes for every political party- if non voters vote this time round, they could change EVERYTHING.

Who should I vote for?

Vote for policies and vote for people. Find out which party's policies match your views and values here (you might be surprised):

Then find out who your candidate is in your local area. Sneinton is part of the Nottingham East constituency, a list of the candidates we can vote for is here:

What if I don't like any of the candidates?

It's still a good idea to vote! If you do not vote, your 'non-vote' will be ignored, but a protest vote will be counted. Find out why this matters, and how to register a protest vote here:

How do I vote?

It's actually really easy. Once registered you will receive a polling card through the post. You can vote at your designated local polling station (your polling card will tell you where), by post or by proxy (someone else votes for you). Find out more on this page:

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