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LibDem Ballot Paper by Jack Hynes (Jack Hynes, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 UK)To Register to Vote ❎ in upcoming and future elections, please click here. Registration usually takes less than a few minutes, and once registered, you will be able to vote in local, regional, and national elections. Registering to vote also improves your credit record.

We encourage everyone to exercise their democratic right to vote, and have a say in the direction your local, regional, and national goverenments take, and who will represent you.

Postal Vote 3 by Robin ReaTo Apply for a Postal Vote ❎, please click here. *Please note you need to be registered to vote before you can apply for a Postal Vote.

After every election, we speak to people who planned to vote but could not in the end because something came up on the day, for example, they got ill, or were away unexpectedly, were on holiday, or were just extermely busy, and thus missed regrettably their opportunity to vote. By organising a Postal Vote, it means that you can cast your vote in advance of polling day, in your own time, and at your own pace.

And remember, you don't need to have a Reason to have a Postal Vote, you just need to apply.

Voting Liberal Democrat, let us know and feel free to show your support 🔶.