Are you registered to vote?

The election campaign has started in earnest, and we’re delighted about how it’s going.

Jo Swinson has introduced herself to the country as a potential Prime Minister.

We’ve released our ambitious plan to change Britain for the better, and ensure a brighter future for all.

We’ve even put Jo on the side of a bus.

jobus.jpg“Finally, a British Bus without lies on it” – @GuyVerhofstad

The election is only 4 weeks away, but there’s a very important date coming even sooner.

The deadline to register to vote is 5pm on 26th November – less than 2 weeks from now.

Register to vote now!

If you haven’t already, please register today to make sure your voice can be heard. It takes less than 5 minutes and all you need is your address and national insurance number.

tea.pngYou can do it in the time it takes to make a cuppa.

If you aren’t registered, you won’t be able to vote, and you’ll miss out on having your say in possibly the most important election that we will ever see. Yeah, that would be pretty bad.

Register to vote now!

You might also want to arrange a postal vote.

A postal vote means that even if you’re busy or something unexpected happens on polling day, you’ll still be able to have your say. It’s just a short form that you post to your local council.

imtoobusy.gif…but at least he already sent his postal vote

The deadline to apply for a postal vote is also 5pm on 26th November, and you can find out how to apply by clicking the button below.

Apply for a postal vote today!

We need to win this election to stop Brexit and ensure a brighter future for Britain.

You can help us to do just that by:

  1. Registering to vote today
  2. Applying for a postal vote
  3. Sharing this page with friends and family to encourage them to register –

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If you’ve done all that and you’re hungry for more, have a look at this post for ideas!

joehorsev2.pngIf you do all that we might just see this after the election!