Registered supporter route is not the most cost-effective for would-be voters
Labour supporters who want to participate in the vote to choose the next leader of the Labour Party and who are not already members of the party have the option of becoming registered supporters. However, the registered supporter fee is £25.00.
Joining the party as a full member costs £4.38 a month and represents a far more cost-effective way for supporters to participate. Both registered supporters and full members must be on the electoral register and be eligible under Labour’s member criteria.
And if you join, don’t stop at voting in the contest. Contact your local party and take part in local democracy, campaigns and decision-making.
The joining deadline for participation in the ballot is 5pm on Monday 20 January. Join online here.
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