Photos show phenomenal turn-out – not shown by broadcasters. Here’s how to vote – and help get out the vote
The UK’s massive appetite for real change is seeing queues at polling stations across the country – in many cases to levels residents and polling station officers have not seen in decades or ever.
But the coverage by broadcasters is ignoring this historic enthusiasm among voters – and especially young people – to have their say:
The Establishment wants you to think turnout and enthusiasm will be low. They don’t want you to brave the cold and get out to vote.
They don’t want you to help ‘get out the vote’ (GOTV) in your and other areas, either.
Voting is easy. It takes a few minutes and the polling station officers will give you any help you need.
Don’t be put off by the thought of queues – they won’t be busy all day. Find out your nearest polling station here – you can vote any time until 10pm but don’t leave it until the last minute if you can help it.
And you don’t need ID, so don’t let anyone deter you or tell you otherwise.
And if you can spare the time to go to your nearest marginal and help Labour’s GOTV, find out the location near you where your time will be best spent here.
Vote Labour. Help others vote Labour. Make history – bring real change.
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