Voting is for EVERYONE – that’s the whole point.
- I don’t like watching the NHS being allowed to crumble, so I’m voting Labour
- I want affordable housing here in Stevenage, or I have to move away to get it. So I’m voting Labour
- I want good local authority schools for my children and grandchildren. So I’m voting Labour
- I want my parents to have free personal care and a National Care Service when they need them, so I’m voting Labour
- I want a proper job and a real living wage and no more zero hours contracts, so I’m voting Labour
- I want a say on the Brexit deal, so Im voting Labour
- I want climate change acted on as an emergency, so I’m voting Labour
I’m going to vote Labour because there are lots of people in this country who are much more affected by bad politics than I am; parents and children in poverty, people with disabilities or chronic illnesses or all who need the NHS, teachers and children in crumbling schools. Young families looking for secure jobs, fair pay and affordable homes, the homeless, people on zero-hours contracts.
I want better things for all these people. How could I say that I support them if I won’t pull over for 10 minutes on my way to work and vote in their interest? I couldn’t look them in the eye if I didn’t give them that much.
There are hundreds more reasons why millions of people will vote Labour on December 12th
Read the 2019 Labour Manifesto to find out why.