Bexley residents urged to protect voting rights

PUBLISHED: 12:17 13 August 2012

Will Tuckley

Will Tuckley


Bexley residents are being persuaded to respond to electoral household registration forms which started dropping through letterboxes this week.

People need to answer the form either online, by post or over the phone to stay on the electoral register and keep their voting rights in Bexley.

Council chief executive Will Tuckley said: “We want to make sure that no one in Bexley runs the risk of losing their vote.

“Registering is very simple and can be done online or by using a freephone number if your details have not changed.”

For more email or 020 3045 3617.

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