residents urged to register to vote ahead of May's elections
campaign has been launched this week to encourage voters in the
Burnham-On-Sea area to register to vote ahead of May's elections.
a national advertising campaign is launched across England to
encourage voter registration ahead of the Police and Crime Commissioner
(PCC) elections, Sedgemoor District Council is encouraging local
people to sign up.
On Thursday 5th May, 2016, voters will go to the polls to elect
a Police and Crime Commissioner. Registering now for the elections
in May will also mean voters are registered in good time before
the referendum on the UKs membership of the European Union
on 23 June, 2016.
The Electoral Commission today launched its national voter registration
campaign to remind people to register by the deadline of Monday
18 April, 2016. In England advertising will appear across TV and
online on demand video services. This is in addition to the work
that is already being carried out across England by the Commission
and partner organisations, which started earlier this year.
Louise Potter, Electoral Registration Officer for Sedgemoor said:
"Time is running out to make sure you can take part in these
elections, so Id encourage everyone in Sedgemoor to register
now if you have not done so already."
message is simple: you cant vote, if you are not registered
by 18th April."
is easy and only takes a few minutes online to register