On 22 May, residents in Stoke Newington will have the chance to vote in 3 elections - for the local council elections to choose three councillors to represent our ward; for the Mayor of Hackney, and for the European elections.
Hackney Labour has published our manifesto for 2014. You can download and read it here.
Since Jules Pipe was elected in 2002 and Labour gained control of previously
hung and failing Hackney Council, Hackney Labour’s record is one of
getting thousands of people into jobs; providing some of the best
libraries, leisure facilities and parks; achieving some of the greatest
school improvements in the country; keeping Hackney’s streets amongst
the cleanest in London; and building more affordable housing than almost
anywhere else in the UK. You can read more about how we've delivered our our pledges from 2010 here.
Our manifesto sets out how Hackney Labour will work to secure the best outcomes for all residents
living in the borough – driven by fairness, greater opportunity and
social mobility for those that are disadvantaged, so that everyone can
benefit from the rising prosperity happening across Hackney.
How can I vote?
You can register to vote up until 6th May and also apply for a postal vote up until this deadline.
If you're resident in Hackney and you're from another member state of the EU,
you can still vote in all three of the elections, even
if you're not British. See here for more information.