330 nominations = making it onto the ballot.

I’ll keep this one short and sweet.

To secure a place on the ballot I need 330 signatures from supporters across London.

This breaks down to 10 signatures from each of the 32 boroughs and the City of London Corporation.

Now, they haven’t made this easy. Firstly, it is a paper form that requires a real signature AND your electoral roll number. Second, you’ll get a new number on March 1st, so we can’t do anything until then. This is my call to get ready.

On March 1st we need to jump to action as there is a small window to get around all the boroughs for signatures and electoral numbers. This is where you come in. We have seven days.

If you are willing to nominate me and encourage friends or colleagues to do the same, we’ll come and meet you in person – at work or in your local area. If it’s a group, we can meet for a coffee or drink to talk about the campaign in more detail.

The next step if you are in to help; please respond by email to this newsletter with your borough and we’ll get you on the list.

All of the thanks, in advance.



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