An email sent out to Momentum members today lists vital information about voter registration and three steps everyone can take to help Labour win the General Election, Below are the full text and links of the email – please read, share, act.
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“Huda Elmi, Momentum” <firstname.lastname@example.org
30 April 2017 at 19:02:32 BST
Subject: We could win this election by 22nd May
This week a YouGov poll revealed that 18 – 40 year olds overwhelmingly support Labour, with Labour commanding a 15% lead over the Tories among young people like me.
Unfortunately 2.4 million young people are missing from the electoral register and millions more, of all ages, have never been inspired to vote. But this election is different. Now we have the chance to radically transform our society by electing a government for the many, not the elite few.
The deadline to register to vote is Monday 22nd May. If millions of people register in the next two weeks, then we’ll have already won.
Here’s three things you can do to make it happen:
1. Don’t lose your vote
If you’re not sure where you’ll be on 8th June, make sure you register for a postal vote
. Just fill out this form
and post or email it to your Electoral Registration Office. It must reach them by 5pm on 23rd May, so make sure to send it this week.
2. Get everyone you know to register
If every single one of us gets five people to register, we’ll win this election. Do your bit, make sure your friends and family are all registered to vote by 22nd May.
Share this video on your Facebook and forward this email to five people telling them to register to make their mark on this historic election.
3. Organise a voter sign-up session near you
Go to your nearest university, college campus or sixth form and get people registered. Hand out this flyer
from Rize Up, a campaign to get young people to register and make their voices heard. Click here
for information about how to run a session and email GE2017@peoplesmomentum.com
if you’re organising a session so we can support you and let other local members know.
Our movement is powered by the collective power of ordinary people.
Donate today to make June the end of May.
If millions of us rise up and have our say, we will get Jeremy into Number 10. Let’s fix this rigged system and build a society for the many, not the few.