Edinburgh’s residents are being urged to think about their vote, with 100 days until the next UK Parliamentary Election.
People across the capital are being reminded that they will be voting for MPs to represent them at Westminster on Thursday, 7th May, when the general election takes place.
More than 84% of the city’s residents voted in the Scottish Independence Referendum in September, which saw a record-breaking turnout across the country.
While most people who registered to vote in time for the referendum will still be eligible to take part in the UK Parliamentary Election in May, first time voters or anyone who has since moved will need to register again.
Sue Bruce, Chief Executive of City of Edinburgh Council and Returning Officer for Edinburgh, said:
“It was incredible to see Edinburgh’s huge turnout in the Scottish Independence Referendum and we would like to continue this enthusiasm in the general election.
“No doubt the majority of people who took part in September will be keen to cast their vote in May. Voting should not be a once in a lifetime activity – elections are opportunities to have a say on issues that matter to us all. Anyone who is keen to register or is unsure about how to register, where to vote or how to vote by post can find more information on the Council website.”
Find out more about voter registration and elections information on the Council website.