Thursday, 8 June 2017

Helpful Tips For Voting Day

Here are, essentially, just a list of links helpful for today's election:

1: Not sure where to vote?
This is likely a town hall, school or youth club, but if you're still not sure where you're actually meant to go to vote? Find that here

2: Still not sure who to vote for?
There's a lot of tactical voting sites detailing the best vote to get the current government out of power, or if you want an unbiased opinion there are a number of sites for that too.

3: Not sure how our voting system works?
With a decent few hours before we find out who's won the election, it's worth checking out how first past the post voting works so you can keep on top of the information that you're being given.

4: Not sure you'll have time to vote?
Lucky for you - polling stations are open between 7am and 10pm, so whether you go before, after or in your lunch break from work, you should be able to make it. Remember that even if you're only in the queue to vote at 10pm, you still have the right to vote, so hang in there.

5: Not sure where to watch the results?
Usually the BBC is the easiest to keep on top of, and if you don't want to watch constant footage you can normally just keep up with the important bits here.

6: Want to take selfies in the polling station?
I wouldn't recommend it, but if you do want to take one, make sure that you know these rules.

Make sure you get out and vote in an educated way today!

Sammy xo.

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