You must be registered on the electoral register to vote in an election. All citizens of Britain, Ireland, European Union and Commonwealth countries should register to vote.
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How you can vote
It is easy to vote. You can vote by post, in person, or asking someone to vote on your behalf (by proxy).
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Local, general and European elections
Have your say about how your council and government are run by voting in the local and general elections.
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Stand for election
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Why you should vote
Voting gives you a say on who represents you in your local council, in the UK Parliament and in Europe. They play a big part of how you live and work. By voting you are having your say on how things should be run.
For more information about why you should register to vote, visit the About My Vote website.
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The Every Vote Counts website has been created with people with a learning disability and people who support them to develop easy information about politics, how politics affect people and how to get involved and have your say on how the country is run.
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Hull City Council
Alfred Gelder Street
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Tel: 01482 300 300
Fax: 01482 613 097
Text phone: 01482 300 349