Local Council Elections will be held across West Suffolk on Thursday 2nd May 2019.
These elections are a chance to send a powerful message to this weak and divided Conservative government.
After nine years of Conservative cuts in vital services, failed privatisations and falling living standards, it's time for real change.
The Tories are slashing the local services upon which you and your family depend, from policing to health and social care. They are starving councils of cash in order to pay for tax cuts for the richest.
Labour will rebuild our communities and transform our country for the many not the few. That change can start now.
To register, you must be:
· Aged 16 or over (but you cannot vote until you are 18)
· A British, Irish, EU or qualifying Commonwealth citizen
You don’t need to register again if you’ve already registered, unless you have moved home recently.
Register to vote online, or update your details on the electoral register here.
If you’re not going to be here on the day then don’t forget to apply for a postal vote!
To vote by post in the elections, your local authority must receive your completed application form by 5pm on Monday 15 April 2019.
Anyone can apply for a postal vote, you don’t need to give a reason. If voting by post is more convenient than getting to the polling station then sign up now.
Download a postal vote application form here.
Promoted by Haverhill & Kedington Labour Party on behalf of its candidates, all at 42 Elmhurst Close, Haverhill, CB9 8EQ.