Why not register to vote by post? It's quick and easy to do

Many of your neighbours have signed up to make sure they can vote in May. Will you join them? 

Our campaign teams have been busy delivering letters to people in your area, reminding them of the importance of using their postal vote in the Welsh Assembly Elections on Thursday, May 5th. 

If you've had a letter delivered recently, make sure you return your postal vote application straight away.

Many of your friends and neighbours use secure postal votes so they can vote at a time that's convenient for them. If you vote by post you don’t need to worry about the kids, work, or illness stopping you getting down to polling station on 5 May. 

If you haven't had a letter or have mis-placed it, don't worry.

You can find out more about postal voting and download a postal vote application form here: http://www.aboutmyvote.co.uk/how-do-i-vote/voting-by-post

If you’re not sure you’re registered to vote it’s vital you check with your Electoral Registration Officer, and if necessary, re-register.

We’ve all seen the difference Welsh Labour has made – free bus passes, free prescriptions, and free school breakfasts.  As well as protecting Welsh students from £9,000 fees, and helping 15,000 young people into work through Jobs Growth Wales.

But there’s more to do.  That’s why we have recently set our my key pledges for the next five years, including creating 100,000 quality apprenticeships for all ages, investing an extra £100m to improve school standards, establishing a new treatment fund for life threating illnesses, and doubling the capital limit for those going into residential care.

Now it is time to build on strong foundations. Don’t put your community at risk by allowing the Tories and a ragtag coalition to run Wales, sign up for your secure postal vote today. 

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