An online campaign led by a variety of faith institutions and faith leaders is encouraging communities across the UK to register to vote for the upcoming General Election.
The #MyFaithMyVote Twitter campaign has bought together Christians, Muslims, Jews, Hindus and Sikhs from all over the country who are reflecting on how their faith is motivating them to take part and vote in the elections on June 8th.
Representatives from the British Muslim community involved in encouraging greater participation in this years election have been sharing their thoughts on the importance for all communities to be involved in the political process and get their voices heard.
The deadline to register to vote is the 22nd May. The registration process only takes a few minutes and can be done by following this link: Register to Vote.
Those that can’t vote in person on 8th June have the opportunity to vote by post. The deadline for this is the 23rd May. The postal vote form can be downloaded from the following link: Vote by Post.