Tag Archives: voting

Students at risk of ‘dropping off’ voting register

If your name is not on the list, you will have no say. Register to vote before midnight!

Students are most at risk of ‘dropping off’ – not in a long 9am lecture, but from the electoral register.

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It’s time to vote for a better vote

The Lincoln “Yes to AV” campaign kicks off at Lincoln Cathedral. Photo: Marcell Grant

To AV or not to AV? Scott Wheeler considers why it’s worth saying yes to AV in the upcoming vote.

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Littering with leaflets? Leave me alone

Littering the atrium is not the way to get people to vote for you. Photo: Jonathan Cresswell

As the SU candidates are trying desperately to impress and get your vote, Suzy Aldridge wishes that they would just leave her alone and stop making a mess.

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Surge in young people registering to vote, says NUS report

Lots of under-25s have rushed to get their voting registration forms in right up to the deadline.

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Lincoln student gets political – with a little help from Harry Potter

Matthew Holden will be representing the Liberal Democrats when he stands for election in May. Photo: Matthew Allen

As talk of the General Election increases, Stephanie Bolton spoke to one student who will be standing for election in Lincoln in May.

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