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Registering for a Postal Vote

The next general election is just under a month away. This is your opportunity to help get rid of a Tory Government which has implemented the bedroom tax, presided over the longest fall in living standards since the Victorian era and seen patient satisfaction within the NHS plummet following the implementation of the hated Health and Social Care Act.

That is why it is vital to make sure your voice is heard, a postal vote is a convenient way to do that without having to rush around and make it to the polling station on the 7th May.

You can register for a postal vote by downloading these forms (click the envelope image below)


And return it to this address,

Elections Office
Norwich City Council
Room 311a
2nd Floor
City Hall

If you live in New Costessey return it to this address, 

Elections Office
South Norfolk Council
South Norfolk House
Swan Lane
Long Stratton
Norwich NR15 2XE

The deadline to apply for a postal vote is 21st April so post it off a few days before hand to make sure it get there in time. If you are just looking to register to vote you can do so online here.

Labour's secret weapon in this election is YOU and people like you across Norwich South and across the country. Members of the public contributing their time and money are having a big impact on what is a close election nationally. If you can help in any way, then just let me know by using the buttons below to either volunteer or donate to our election campaign.



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