The Liberal Youth elections are go….

As you may have noticed from the spate of posts last week from candidates, elections are currently under way to elect the Liberal Youth Executive for next year. All members of the party under the age of 26, or who are students and those between 26-30 who aren’t students but who have opted to stay as members of LY have the chance to vote.

If you fall into these 3 categories, over the weekend you should have received:

a) An  email from me telling you about the elections and where you can find details about the candidates.

b) If you live in England, either a ballot paper by post, or 3 emails with unique links to the online voting system. The 3 emails cover elections for UK wide officers, English elections and the chair of your region.

c) If you live outside England, a ballot paper by post or an email with unique links to the online voting system for the UK wide elections only.

If you are eligible to vote and have not received your ballot instructions, please contact me, for I am the Returning Officer at [email protected]

All votes must be cast by 12 noon on Wednesday 29th May. If you want to find more about the candidates, their manifestos and links to social networking sites and websites can be found on the Libertine. You can also read the posts written by candidates for the UK wide contested officer positions and England Convenor on this site.  Interviews with candidates will be published on The Libertine over the next few weeks.

* Caron Lindsay is Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings

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