Your General Election Voting Matters
Your General Election voting matters so ensure you have your say and that you make your vote have maximum impact. I am a loyal member and supporter of the Liberal Democrats so in the St Ives constituency my decision how to vote is easy: I prefer to have a more tolerant, fair and equal society so trying to get more Liberal Democrat MPs elected is what I want. The only other party in the race, in my St Ives constituency is the Conservative candidate who is a champion for the more wealthy and thinks the poor and disenfranchised only have themselves to blame. I have lived places where the Liberal Democrats have not been in the running and I’ve then had to decide to vote tactically for Labour.
There is a website link below that will help you to work out how to vote tactically, to keep out a Tory in your area and therefore reduce (possibly eliminate) the Tory majority. Obviously, if you want Teresa May to have a landside victory that is good for you and your family, you’ll be voting Tory anyway. There is also a link that enables you and someone else to agree to vote tactically so that a vote for the party you have true loyalty for might actually count for something by a swap my vote scheme. Have a look at the links below and have a ponder!
How to swap your vote so it counts more