Every EU and EEA citizen living in the UK can vote at the European Parliament elections in May. Here the3million explain what you need to do NOW to vote on 23 May.
If you want to vote in the UK on 23 May 2019 as an EU citizen, you must:
Note: If you fail to follow steps 2 and 3, you will be turned away on election day.
If you are already on the electoral register, you MUST still:
Note: If you fail to follow steps 1 and 2, even if you are on the Electoral Register, you will be turned away on election day.
Also, If you have voted in previous EU elections in the UK and already downloaded and sent the EU Parliament voter registration form at the time, you MUST still send a new form to your local Electoral Registration Office.
We have a voice and, through our vote, we can make it heard. Make sure that you too can say #ThistimeImvoting and let’s make sure that all 3 million EU citizens vote.🔷
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