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Issue:- 27 March 2015
gathered for 1st 'Pre-Election Countdown' event - Photos Photographs by Patrick Trollope.
THESE are our photographs taken at the
'Pre-Election Countdown' event, held in Christ Church, Southport, on
Monday, 23 March 2015. The event had the public opportunity to ask
candidates for the 2015 Elections questions about what they would do, if voted
in to represent Southport.
Are you registered to Vote
RESIDENTS on Merseyside now have less
than a month to register themselves to vote in the forthcoming Parliamentary and
Local elections or apply to vote by post. The closing date for
people to register to vote is Monday, 20 April 2015 and the closing date for
applying to vote by post is 5.00pm, on Tuesday, 21 April 2015. Delivery of poll
cards for those who are currently registered and eligible to vote will start on
Wednesday, 1 April 2015. The poll cards will inform electors where they must
vote and what to do if they would like to apply for a postal vote. Cards are
also being delivered to properties where no one is currently registered to vote
to encourage new residents to register in time to vote at the elections. Anyone
not already on the electoral register and wishing to register to vote, or anyone
who wants a postal vote they are urged to apply now and not wait until the last
minute. Registering to vote is easy, you can register
online, you will need to provide you
National Insurance Number. For further information on voting or applying
for a postal vote, visit the Electoral Commission
The Southport Party Announce
► This year we are
not standing in the local elections, this year we are putting up a Parliamentary
candidate to fight for our freedom.
► The reason for this is the way Southport has been treated by our South Sefton
► We see our beautiful Town deteriorating quickly and shops closing, this can
only mean job losses.
► We now need to be free of Sefton and take responsibility for our own town and
the money generated within it. We began this in March 2013, now the other
party's are following our lead. Since our formation in 2002 this has been our
policy, we have been proved correct.
► To do this we need your support, your vote will also act as a referendum and a
statement that we want our boundaries changed; others have had 41 years and
► Travel passes will be retained, parking regime tamed and services reclaimed.
► Forget the rest and vote the best Jacqueline Barlow
The above item is published at the request of The Southport Party's Jacqueline
Barlow by Margaret Brown, 45 Rathmore Crescent.
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