Sign Up For a Postal Vote

Sign Up For a Postal Vote

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More police. Low tax. High-quality services. Sign up for a postal vote and help protect our progress.


I know the past year has been incredibly tough. But there is a future beyond this virus — and it’s a future we’ve already started to build.

As we roll out the vaccine, Conservative councillors and Police and Crime Commissioners are hard at work.

They’re helping to recruit 20,000 more police officers and get them on our streets. They’re delivering high-quality local services, from care homes to bin collections.

And they’re doing it all while keeping your council tax low and your cost of living down. This is just a start. But we need your support to keep going.

That’s why I’m asking you to sign up for a postal vote.

Get your Postal vote

In just a few months, people will take part in the biggest set of local elections ever. Twelve mayors. Dozens of Police and Crime Commissioners. Thousands of local councillors. Each election is key to building back better. So why not guarantee your vote?


With a postal vote, your ballot will be sent to your home two weeks before the election. That means you never need to step foot in a polling station. You can vote from your own home at a time that suits you.

All you have to do is download an application, fill it in, and post it to your local council.


Help us build back better from the comfort of your sitting room. Sign up for a postal vote today.

Get your Postal vote

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Hooray, I’ve been adopted to stand in Clayton & Fairweather Green in the 2018 Council Elections!!

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Harry Boota

Harry Boota for Clayton and Fairweather Green 2018

I am delighted to report that on Monday 13th March I was endorsed as the #Conservative candidate for the Clayton & Fairweather Green Ward for the 2018 Local elections.

It would be a great privilege to win and represent the good people of Clayton & Fairweather Green, who surely deserve a change for the better!

There are areas in and around blighted by speeding cars, heavily residential areas are crying out for traffic calming measures, to make the roads safer for the residents, however, the current Labour councillors have achieved zero sum in the ward, despite there being three of them!

I hop that the I will be able to gain sufficient support in the coming months, from the local residents, to be elected as their conservative councillor, and give the positive support needed in the areas to improve the lives of the residents. Whether it be from speeding cars, fly-tipping or anti social behaviour. I shall be your champion!

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