Are you interested in being part of a winning student voice for change? If so, send a unique message to politicians by taking part in the assembly elections on the 5th May. If you missed voter registration day on the 5th February remember that you can still register online by the 18th April.
By registering to vote you can not only send a message to your representatives that your voice is relevant, but keep alive the voice of others. Coming together to register is key to both tackle the barrier between young people and our current political system and the vicious cycle which creates this barrier.
2015 General Election
Check out some ideas and past examples on how you can engage and inspire others to vote from previous elections on our inspiration page. The red bus above is just one of many great events which took place for the 2015 general election.
According to the British Election Study (BES), nearly 60 per cent of young people, aged 18-24, turned out to vote in the 2015 General Election. Young women aged between 18 and 24 constitute the sector of the electorate least likely to vote.