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Salford City Council is reminding residents the clock is ticking for those who have not registered to vote. And the council is encouraging those who have already registered to consider applying for a postal vote to ensure they make their mark even if they’d prefer to stay at home. People have until midnight on Monday 19 April to register to vote - and until Tuesday 20 April to apply for a postal vote. Returning Officer Tom Stannard said: “The polls will open at 7am on Thursday 6 May and it is important that local people have their say. I’d encourage all our residents to make sur
Six life-size images of Mrs Pankhurst are being placed at spots around the city for people to take a selfie with Emmeline and tweet that they have signed up to vote to encourage others to do the same using the hashtag #signupSalford It’s part of Salford City Council’s annual drive to update the electoral register. It has just sent out 120,000 letters to every home in the city. Only people who are listed on the register can vote so people are being asked to check and confirm their details. Deputy City Mayor Councillor Paula Boshell, the UK's first female deputy city mayor, said the