FENLANDER: Just seven days remain to make sure your name is on Electoral Register for police commissioner vote

11:25 25 October 2012

Voter in three wards will go to the polls

Voter in three wards will go to the polls


ANYONE who wants to vote in next month’s election for Cambridgeshire’s new Police and Crime Commissioner has just seven days left to get their name on the Electoral Register if they are not already registered.

Applications for registration or for postal votes must be received by Fenland District Council by 5pm next Wednesday (October 31). Applications for proxy votes must be in by 5pm on November 7.

The election will take place on November 15. Information on each of the candidates will be available on the national website www.choosemypcc.org.uk from today.

For details on the election, visit www.fenland.gov.uk/article/6036/2012-Police-and-Crime-Commissioner-Elections


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