Elections

Our campaign to ensure that Julia Lopez was elected to represent the constituency in June 2017 was very successful and she was elected to Parliament with a 17,723 majority. Thank you to everyone who voted!

We are now campaigning hard to ensure that Havering Council remains a Conservative Council at the 2022 elections, building on our successes from previous years.

We are also campaigning for our Conservative London Assembly Member; Keith Prince, to ensure that he is returned to the Assembly in the London Elections of May 2020. Furthermore, we are looking forward to campaign for our Mayoral Candidate to send him/her to City Hall, which will be announced soon!

If you are interested in becoming a candidate yourself for any level of government please contact the office and speak to our Chairman, Mr Bob Perry or our Deputy Chairman, Political, Harry Barrington-Mountford.

If you are interested in voting you need to ensure your name is always on the electoral register in case there are unexpected by-elections. The move to individual registration rather than household registration may leave some people off the electoral register so please make sure you are not one of them.

As elections are always held during the week you may want to register for a postal vote so that if it is not convenient for you to go to the polling station on election day you are not disenfranchised. Note that if you register for a postal vote you can still take the postal vote form you will be sent to the polling station if you find that you can, after all, vote in person and would prefer to do so.

If you want to get a postal vote it is very easy. You have to complete and sign a simple form then send it in then you will be registered. You can fill in a form on line or download a form to fill in by hand by following the link to the Electoral Commission website.

http://www.aboutmyvote.co.uk/register_to_vote/postal_vote_application/postal_vote_application.aspx