There’s one day left – the deadline for registering to vote in the General Election is tomorrow, Monday 22 May.
Around 2 million people have already registered – enough to upset any polls and expectations. Many of those are young people, who are overwhelmingly – and often uproariously – behind Jeremy Corbyn.
This election can be won. The Tories can be removed. It’s essential that every person entitled to vote registers – homeless people are entitled to vote, which may surprise some people. But you have to register. It’s not automatic.
In the video below, Ellie Rowsell of Wolf Alice talks about the importance of registering and voting, if you want to claim your future back from the Tories:
— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) May 21, 2017
You also need to register – and vote – if you want the NHS to be around for your children and grandchildren as it has been for us. Dr Jonny Coates knows from experience that you simply cannot leave our NHS in the hands of the Conservatives. It won’t survive:
If you want to vote by post, you have until Tuesday 23 May to do it – but you need to register by tomorrow first.
If you value the NHS, if you care about your family and society – if you just want to have your say – register to vote. And then vote. You’ve got until tomorrow to do it in time for the General Election on 8 June.
Claim your future. Have your say. Register now.
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