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Lambeth’s 3 Labour women MPs

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Helen Hayes MP, Florence Eshalomi MP and Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP

Helen Hayes was joined by two new women MPs when Lambeth voters elected three women Labour MPs ( pictured) on 12th December: Helen Hayes MP for Dulwich and West Norwood, Florence Eshalomi MP for Vauxhall  &  Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP for Streatham. See details of the election results: https://moderngov.lambeth.gov.uk/mgElectionElectionAreaResults.aspx?EID=43&RPID=39559453

Our MP in Dulwich & West Norwood, Helen Hayes was re-elected with 65.5% of the vote and a majority of 27,310.

Helen says: “ I am honoured and delighted to have been re-elected to serve as MP for Dulwich & West Norwood. Thank you to everyone who voted, it is a privilege to represent our amazing communities.”

To follow Helen online see:

https://www.helenhayes.org.uk/

Twitter: @helenhayes_

Instagram: helenhayes_

Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/helenhayes4DaWN/

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Register to vote

To make sure every adult in your household is registered to vote check the names  on the letter from Lambeth Electoral Register team. If you didn’t get  a letter or are not listed in the letter its easiest to register online at  https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote

All British, Commonwealth & European citizens are entitled to register to vote.

Having your name on the electoral roll also helps with things such as credit checks. So even if you move frequently its worth registering to vote at your new address. And be ready for any sudden general election!

The next elections are on Thursday 3rd May 2018 for the council

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Register to vote

Letters from Lambeth council are going out to every household in the borough about the electoral register. If there are no change to the people listed it’s still important to confirm the details –easiest online or by text using the security codes in your letter. If you don’t confirm the names will come off the register after a while. People who are British, European, Commonwealth or Irish citizens are entitled to register to vote. Being on the electoral register also helps getting credit eg a credit card.

Any people new to the property or reaching age 17 must register individually – the easiest way is online at: https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote

You can register to by post – but this is a slower two stage process.

The government has tightened up the rules making it harder for many people in Lambeth – especially those who move house a lot. This year a million people only just registered in time to vote in the general election in June. Many left it too late.

See our earlier post 15/5/17

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Vote early by post!

WP_20160424_11_11_53_ProPeople who chose to vote by post are voting now  to choose the next London Mayor.

There are 3 ballot papers:  one for the Mayor; one to represent Lambeth & Southwark on the Greater London Assembly(GLA)  and one for  party representatives on the GLA.

To be counted postal ballots must be posted in time to reach the Council by the end of May 5th. Or they can be handed in at any polling station on Thursday May 5th election day.

If your postal ballot has not arrived by post by Thursday 28th April you can get another one- apply in person to Olive Morris House, 18 Brixton Hill SW2 1RD with photo-id and confirmation of your address.

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Sadiq Khan for London Mayor

Campaigning for Sadiq Khan in West Norwood

Campaigning for Sadiq Khan in West Norwood

The important elections for London Mayor are only  a few weeks away.  Make sure you have a right to vote on May 5th

Online registering is very easy and takes only  a few minutes – you just need your NI number. See  https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote

Sadiq Khan, MP for Tooting , is the Labour candidate.  Sadiq’s priorities for ordinary Londoners are affordable Housing , affordable Transport & effective Policing. For more information see his manifesto  http://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/themes/569cb9526a21db3279000001/attachments/original/1457451016/x160668_Sadiq_Khan_Manifesto.pdf?1457451016.

And follow Sadiq on twitter @SadiqKhan

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Election day 14th August

There is voting from 7am to 10pm for a council by-election on Thursday 14th August in Knights Hill ward – that is the area between Knollys Rd, Norwood Rd, Elder  Rd,  Crown Dale , Crown Lane & Leigham Court Rd.

Lambeth-20140812-01070Sonia Winifred is the Labour candidate. Seen here out campaigning in the streets of Knights Hill. For more details see: http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/elections-and-council/elections/by-election-for-knights-hill-ward-14-august-2014

 

UPDATE: Sonia Winifred was elected with a majority of over 1,000 on August 14th. The results of the Knights Hill ward by-election were:

Independent 51
Lib Dem 94
Green 230
UKIP 99
Tory 248
Labour 1265

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2014 Council Elections

 

Newly elected councillors Jane Pickard , Jackie Meldrum & Sonia Winifred at the count.

Newly elected councillors Jane Pickard , Jackie Meldrum & Sonia Winifred at the count.

All 3 West Norwood wards( Gipsy Hill, Knights Hill & Thurlow Park)  now have 3 Labour councillors each. Following the elections on 22nd May, with a 32% turnout,  Lambeth council has 59 Labour councillors, 3 Tory councillors and one Green councillor.

For details of the results see:

http://moderngov.lambeth.gov.uk/mgElectionResults.aspx?ID=25&RPID=24358649

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