PUT AN X wherever you see the name Respect, the Unity Coalition (George Galloway) on the ballot paper. Make sure you fill in all the ballot papers. For the European elections (except in all postal vote areas) local polling stations will be open on Thursday from 7am to 10pm. You do not have to have a polling card to vote. If you are registered, just go along and give your name and address.
The WHITE and the ORANGE ballot papers are the crucial ones. These are the ones for elections carried out under proportional representation and this is where we have a good chance to get Lindsey German elected to the London Assembly and George Galloway to the European Parliament.
1 Ballot paper for the European Parliament, the WHITE ballot paper. Put an X against Respect, the Unity Coalition (George Galloway).
2 Ballot paper for the London Assembly, the YELLOW and ORANGE paper. The left hand, yellow part is for your constituency candidate. Put an X against the Respect, the Unity Coalition (George Galloway) candiate in your area. The right hand, orange part is for the London-wide list. THIS IS A VITAL VOTE. You will see the party name. Put an X against Respect, the Unity Coalition (George Galloway).
3. Ballot paper for mayor, the PINK ballot paper. In the first column put an X against LINDSEY GERMAN, Respect, the Unity Coalition (George Galloway) in the first column. You don't have to put a second choice but Socialist Worker says vote for Ken Livingstone in the second column.
In the North West, North East, East Midlands and Yorkshire & the Humber regions there is all-postal voting. Make sure you get your vote back in by 10 June. In other regions go to a polling station. The key vote is for the European Parliament. Put an X against Respect, the Unity Coalition (George Galloway). In Scotland, where Respect is not standing, vote for the Scottish Socialist Party.