|Ealing's Got Highest Number of Potential Voters|
Must be registered by May 6 to have say in local and Euro elections
According to latest figures, Ealing's got the highest number of households registered to vote in London.
The proportion of the borough’s households registered is 98.2%.
Martin Smith, Ealing Council’s chief executive, said:
“It is great to know that so many of our residents will be able to exercise their democratic right to vote in the elections. Being registered does not mean you have to vote – it just means you can.
“The high registration rates have been achieved thanks to the hard work of the electoral services team and its dedicated canvassing staff, who wrote to every home in the borough and visited all the ones who had not sent their forms back.”
Ealing residents must be registered by Tuesday, 6 May if they want to have a say in the local and European elections.
Anyone who is not already on the electoral register should visit www.ealing.gov.uk/vote2014 for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The local/European elections are on May 22nd.
25th March 2014