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May 2017 resources

On this page you can download our May 2017 resources to promote democratic engagement.

Local elections are taking place across Wales, Scotland and parts of England on 4 May 2017.

We need your help to make sure as many voters as possible take part. Together we can ensure no one misses their chance to have their say.

To help you promote voter registration and provide information about how to vote, we’ve created a range of resources which you can find below. If you have any questions, please email us.

Download our resources

Scotland resources >

We’re running our successful #ReadyToVote 16- and 17-year-old registration campaign again this year. Find out how you can get involved here.

Other resources >

You can download our step-by-step guide to registering online and our Your Vote Matters logo on our promotional resources page.

Don’t forget to tag us @YourVote_UK and YourVoteMatters when you spread the word!

Sign up to our newsletter, Roll Call to stay up to date with our latest campaign information.


We’ve launched a social campaign that we hope you will get involved with. Often the importance of local government and its role in the lives of citizens is overlooked.

We need your help to change this. Together we can make sure people are motivated and ready to vote in May’s local elections

Tuesday 7 March is #OnYourDoorstep day. It will kick off with a Thunderclap posted on Twitter and Facebook at 9am then continue with organisations across England, Wales and Scotland highlighting the role of local government.

It’s really easy to get involved. Share images and short videos of your local community using #OnYourDoorstep.

Promoting voter registration