With local elections only a month away Wolverhampton City Council is urging residents to take five minutes to secure their vote.
â€œNowâ€™s the time to make sure you can have your say in the local elections,â€ said Simon Warren, Wolverhampton City Council’s Chief Executive and Electoral Registration Officer.
â€œMake sure you are registered to vote, especially if you have moved house this year. And if you want to vote by post or proxy, rather than by going to the polling station, then this is the time to sort that out too.
â€œResidents can print off the relevant form fromÂ www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/
To vote in the local elections on Thursday May 3, 2012, people need to be on the electoral register and be aged 18 or over on polling day and a British, Irish, EU or qualifying Commonwealth citizen.
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