1. It is not only a General Election, where we will be asked to choose our Local MP and not the Party Leader's, in addition to the Local Elections where we will be asked to choose our Local Councillors.
2. Remember, you can only vote if you had registered to do so and it is too late now.
3. If you have not received a poll card, providing your are registered to vote you will still be able to do so by attending your local polling station.
4. You are encouraged you use your vote as silence signifies approval and your vote is your voice.
5. By now you should know the names of the the candidates in both Local and General Election and what Party they represent or not as there may well be Independents, in addition to having an idea of what they are prepared to do for you.
6. I think an important point is that you should know your incumbent or outgoing Candidates name.
7. The Polling stations will be open from 7.00am - 10.00pm
8. Check of all the information you have received through your letterbox carefully,as not all of them are fastfood leaflets, but, election information.
9. Remember at the polling Station you will be given two Ballot forms to place of your (X) on, on will be for the Local Council and the other for Parliament.
10. Use your vote accordingly as the person that wins in your area; one will be your Local Councillor and the other your Local Member of Parliament.
Just make sure you go out on Thursday and Let your voice be heard.
4th May 2015