How do I register to vote?

With two elections coming up in the Chatham and Aylesford area – both the General Election on the 8th of June and for those of you living outside Medway in our constituency there are the upcoming Kent County Council elections coming up on the 4th of May you might be wondering “How do I register?

The simplest way is to do it online here: https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote

The closing date for the General Election is May 22nd, it’s best to get registered before then, though!

Don’t forget to check out our fantastic KCC candidates Lola and Wayne, if you really support them, consider adding a sticker to your Facebook or Twitter profile!

Kent Labour Manifesto 2017

You can check out the Kent Labour Manifesto 2017 here: http://kentlabour.org.uk/kent-labour-manifesto-2017/

There’s some excellent stuff on growing Kent’s economy, making sure disadvantaged pupils in schools don’t get left behind, tackling the lack of investment in Kent’s transport¬†infrastructure and generally giving the area a sense of direction that has been sorely lacking under the Tories.

Our excellent KCC candidates from the Chatham and Aylesford constituency Wayne and Lola are standing on this manifesto so be sure to check it out!

KCC Candidates Lola and Wayne

These are our two fantastic council candidates for the Kent County Council elections. Election date is the 4th of May so make sure you’re registered to vote to support our candidates!

Lola

People have felt repeatedly let down by the Conservative controlled Kent County Council. On Thursday May 4th you can elect Lola Ayeni to represent you. Lola lives in the ward and is a great community activist. Lola has been active in her church and recently has hosted a fundraising event helping both WaterAid and Age UK. Lola is passionate about bringing positive change to the community as well as supporting any individuals & families who need support. Lola has also been active in campaigning against crippling rises in rail fares which we know impact on many residents across the area. If elected Lola’s priorities will be ensuring the community have a voice in KCC decision making as well as working with others to push for decent health care, social care and education for all.

Wayne

People have felt repeatedly let down by the Conservative controlled Kent County Council. On Thursday May 4th you can elect Wayne Mallard to represent you. Wayne lives in the ward and is a great community activist. Wayne has been an active resident in Snodland, helping with many local community projects including The Beat Project. Wayne is passionate about bringing positive change to the community as well as supporting any individuals & families who need support. Wayne has also been active in campaigning against crippling rises in rail fares which we know impact on many residents across the area. Wayne has also spoken about the NHS in Kent at Labour Party Conference. If elected Wayne’s priorities will be ensuring the community have a voice in KCC decision making as well as working with others to push for decent health care, social care and education for all.