On Thursday, May 22nd you will have the chance to vote for your preferred candidates in the European Parliamentary Elections. In the North West of England, there are around 5 million people eligible to vote to choose the 8 members of the European Parliament who represent our region.
As for all elections, it's important to vote if you are eligible and it's also extremely important to make sure you are registered to vote.
One interesting way to decide on your voting intentions is to look at how our existing MEPs have voted on various issues in the recent past. You can examine this in detail here
Alternatively, if you want to try out being an MEP by voting on 15 key issues, you can have a go at that too by clicking here
For further information on the elections and how to cast your vote, you can find more information on the Cheshire East website here
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