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European parliamentary election: make your vote count

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The European Parliamentary elections are being held on Thursday 23 May 2019.

European parliamentary election

European parliamentary election

Electors in Barnet, along with those from all other London boroughs, vote within the London Region for the European Parliament and will elect eight Members of the European Parliament (MEPs). The list of candidates standing in the London region is available on the BBC website.

To vote, you must be on the Electoral Register and eligible to vote in these elections.  The last date to register for this election has now passed (deadline was 7 May 2019), as has the opportunity to apply for a postal vote (deadline was 5pm on 8 May 2019).

If you are a European Union (EU) citizen (excluding Ireland, Cyprus and Malta) registered to vote in the UK, you also had to complete and return a European Parliament voter registration form in order to vote in the European Parliamentary elections in the UK, instead of your home country (deadline was also 7 May 2019).

Polling stations will be open between 7am and 10pm on Thursday 23 May.  To find out more about voting in person at your polling station visit - www.barnet.gov.uk/vote-polling-station. If you are voting by post, your Postal Vote Packs will arrive by 17 May.  Make sure you complete and post your completed postal voting pack in good time to be sure that it will arrive back before polling day.

For more information about elections in Barnet, visit: www.barnet.gov.uk/elections

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