With only two weeks until the voter registration deadline for local elections in May, Wrexham Council urges residents to make sure they are registered in time.
The deadline to register to vote is midnight on April 14. You can apply online at gov.uk/register-to-vote. It takes just five minutes.
On Thursday 5 May voters will go to the polls to have their say on who represents them at a local level. This year residents in Wrexham will be voting to select councillors, who represent their local area and residents, and contribute to the development of policies in areas such as transport, social care and housing.
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Ian Bancroft, Returning Officer for Wrexham County Borough Council, said: “With only two weeks to go, time is running out to make sure you can take part in the local elections. These elections are an important opportunity to make your voice heard and have a say on who represents you on issues that directly affect day-to-day life here in Wrexham. In order to vote in the elections, residents must be on the electoral register. So if you’re not registered by 14 April, you won’t be able to take part.”
Rhydian Thomas, Head of the Electoral Commission Wales, said: “You can only take part in these elections if you are registered to vote, and the deadline is fast approaching. It’s quick and easy – it takes just five minutes online at www.gov.uk/registertovote.
“If you have recently turned 16 or moved home, it is particularly important that you make sure you are correctly registered to vote.
“If you were registered to vote in the last election and your details have not changed, you don’t need to take any action.”SIGN UP