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Question about being a Registered Voter with the Labour Party

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stonecircle Tue 19-Jul-16 18:51:49

Sorry if this is a silly question but... I joined the Labour Party a few weeks ago. I'm not overly surprised that I haven't been a member long enough to be eligible to vote in the upcoming elections. But as I'm already a member can I also pay £25 to be a registered voter? Or is that only possible if you aren't already a member? I'm confused!

caroldecker Tue 19-Jul-16 19:09:59

AFAIK you can pay the £25. It would be odd to allow non-members but not short term members. You must do so by tomorrow though.

BastardDailyMail Tue 19-Jul-16 19:21:58

Yes, you can pay the £25 as a labour member. Utterly ridiculous that you should have to though.

stonecircle Tue 19-Jul-16 20:29:17

I agree. Either they should let me vote or not without having to pay for it. Am fast coming round to the idea though that a vote against Jeremy is worth £25 of anyone's money.

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