Voter Registration – Don’t Lose Your Vote

To cast your vote on May 6th 2016 you will have to first check that you are registered to vote and if not Register yourself and remind anyone in the household that they too will need to register individually.   The deadline for registering is 20 April 2016.

As 38 degrees tell us: “Even though many of us have concerns about the fairness of voting system and the candidates on offer, it’s still important to take positive action and vote. The more people there are in the UK who use their vote, the more likely the new government is to listen to us.
The more of us that register, the more impact our future campaigns will have”.

To register follow the attached link:


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This blog is maintained by Cllr Kathy Bance MBE, Cllr Peter Fookes and Cllr Kevin Brooks, the Labour Party councillors for Penge & Cator ward on Bromley Council.
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2 Responses to Voter Registration – Don’t Lose Your Vote

  1. Bernard Glazier says:

    There seems to be some confusion about registration. For what ever reason, the information being put out by is pretty scant. So here is my question: If I and all the members of my household are already registered via the local authority electoral registration form that came through our doors earlier this year, do we have to do it again as individuals. I spoke to Sue at LBB this morning and she says ‘no, if your household is already registered, then you don’t have to register again as an individual’. Your first sentence above seems to contradict her. What is the correct position. Thanks, Bernard.


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