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Ballot papers on their way to Lib Dem members

Important election news for Liberal Democrat members:

Voting has opened in the election for our Vice President responsible for working with ethnic minority communities.

Email ballots are going out over the next 24 hours, in batches to make sure that people are able to vote if they wish – so if you haven’t had yours yet, don’t worry!

People voting by post should receive their ballots over the weekend, depending on the postal service.

You can see the six candidates manifestos here: https://www.libdems.org.uk/vice-president-21-manifestos

There have also been three hustings arranged, which you can find out more about and register for them here: https://www.libdems.org.uk/vice-presidential-election-2021

If by Monday morning you’ve not received a ballot, please email elections@libdems.org.uk and the team will be happy to help.

Members have until 1200 on Friday December 10th to cast their vote.

This is the first time the role, previously elected by the Board, is being filled by an all-member ballot. The election follows Isabelle Parasram standing down earlier this year.

The candidate manifestos are up on the party website.

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One response to “Ballot papers on their way to Lib Dem members”

  1. PLEASE remember that, when we have to find a communication to do something and then get a reminder, we may often have forgotten WHICH of the many email addresses that things are sent to us from! I know I have received some sort of instruction as to HOW to vote for a Vice President but how do I find it when it is already buried, in my ‘From’ list, under the 100s of emails I have received since then? If we receive a mailing that will NOT be repeated nearer a special date then please inform us that we should print it out and put it somewhere safe, or write the date of the email and/or the email address of the sender into our diaries for reference on the day before the date when we must have acted upon it.

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