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General election | Where will your vote have max impact?

Glass doors with sign reading: Polling Station Photo by Elliott Stallion on Unsplash

Where will your vote have the most power - in your home constituency or at Uni? This is an important thing to consider if you want to vote tactically. Have a look at this interactive tool shared by the Guardian to help students decide where they should cast their votes:  https://www.theguardian.com/politics/ng-interactive/2019/nov/07/should-you-vote-at-home-or-at-uni-students

The deadline for voter registration is 26 November!

Polling Day is 12 December

Qualifying Commonwealth citizens can vote too.

Use your vote, use your voice. This is your future!


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