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Make a Plan to Vote Liberal Democrat on 6th May

May 3, 2021 8:31 AM
By Cllr Carole Mulroney, Leader of the Liberal Democrat Group on Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
Originally published by Southend Liberal Democrats - Working For You

Carole Mulroney

There are just three days to go until the local elections on 6th May. Have you made your plan to vote?

With social distancing measures in place, to ensure both voters and polling station staff are safe, things will be a little different this year when you vote, so make your plan now and be ready:

  • Polling stations are open from 7am to 10pm.
  • You do not need your poll card to vote.
  • You must vote at your assigned polling station.
  • If you are registered to vote, but you do not have your poll card, you can go to the polling station and give them your name and address. You do not need any form of ID.
  • At the polling station, social distancing will be in place and, if you can wear a mask, please do. Please bring your own pen or pencil with you to vote (Covid rules).

You can find where your polling station is by clicking HERE.

This election is vital to ensure that the Liberal Democrats remain part of the Council's joint administration and continue to be able to champion the change and investment needed for our Borough.

There are tight races all across the Borough where Liberal Democrat candidates can win and we need your vote. To find out who your local Lib Dem candidate/s is, visit our website, and on 6th May - vote Liberal Democrat for a brighter future.

Please pledge to vote Liberal Democrat on 6th May

and encourage your friends and family to vote too.

If you have a postal vote:

  • If you have already voted, please tell us.
  • If you haven't posted your vote yet, to ensure that your vote is counted, you can take your completed postal vote in the envelope provided to any polling station on 6th May.