Tendring District Council (TDC) is encouraging any local residents not yet registered to vote, to take advantage of National Voter Registration Day on February 5 and go online to register.

There are fewer than 100 days until voters go to the polls to elect a Member of Parliament to represent their Constituency.

District and Parish elections are also taking place on the same day, May 7. Anyone not registered can do so at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.

Ian Davidson, Electoral Registration Officer for Tendring District Council said: “Anyone not yet registered to vote should do so as soon as possible in order for them to be able to have their say on issues that affect their lives.

“I’d urge Tendring residents to use National Voter Registration Day to spread the message amongst family and friends who may not have registered yet that it only takes a few minutes to complete the form online.”

Kay Jenkins, Head of English regions at the Electoral Commission, said: “National Voter Registration Day exists because it’s important that anyone who’s eligible to be on the register, but has not yet registered, does so.

“Young people, students and people who move frequently are much less likely to be registered to vote. We’re urging them to use the day as an opportunity to get onto the electoral register.”

Local residents can also obtain a paper copy of the registration form by contacting Electoral Services on 01255 686566.

All properties within the Tendring District were recently sent a letter with details of who’s currently on the electoral register for that property. Anyone living at the property, but whose name was not on the letter, should register to vote at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.

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