Wednesday, 19 April 2017
Your vote matters
Having your say through the ballot box is always important.
On 4 May 2017 there are local and county council elections across much of the UK. Additionally, for the first time a number of cities and regions will also be electing mayors. Finally, on the 8 June there will be a general election.
All these elected representatives will make decisions that affect your local public services.
The elections are an opportunity for you to vote for the candidate who will defend public services. Be a Public Service Champion. Vote.
UNISON’s Public Service Champions campaign is all about highlighting the pressures on the vital services that affect our everyday lives after nearly 10 years of austerity.
By speaking to candidates about your concerns you help ensure that these issues are at the top of the agenda in these elections.
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