Vote on May 2nd for you local councillor

Go out and save local services next week

It’s that time again when you are invited to go out and have your say on how you’d like your local area to be run by voting at council elections, an event which has traditionally had a horrendously low turnout, generally under forty per cent.

Maybe you are fed up with the continuous cuts to local services in your area, and maybe you have seen a change in the party runing you local council in recent years but thecuts still come, have you ever wondered why? With such a low turnout is it a wonder that central government is not concerned about local voters and willing to chop their services, when they do everything that they can to appease pensioners who have a turnout of over seventy per cent (often nearly eighty) at every General Election since 1964. see source (page 4)

With local council elections on May 2nd, the primary concern should be that you go out and vote, and secondary to that the hope that you vote for somebody that you believe may help improve your local community.



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