Unfortunately Bill McGenity wasn’t elected yesterday so we still haven’t got an effective voice for Wallasey on the council. But loads of respect and thanks to Bill and everyone else involved in the campaign for all their hard work, their commitment and determination. And the work to elect a Labour councillor for Wallasey goes on 🙂




Vote to Give WALLASEY a voice in the Council. Vote for Bill McGenity. Polling stations are open 7am-10pm. You don’t need to take anything with you to vote. You don’t need your polling card. You don’t need ID. Just you 🙂

Today there is also an election for the Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner. Vote to cut crime, not police. Vote for the present Commissioner, JANE KENNEDY to continue her good work.

  Bill & Jane Kennedy IMG-20160215-WA0001

You don’t need ID or your polling card to vote on Thursday – just your lovely self.




No vote No say

Due to a change in the way people are required to register to vote, thousands of people missing off the electoral register are registering to vote before the deadline*.  Are you one of them?

Registering to vote takes minutes, and you don’t need your NI number

Photo Murdo MacLeod

It’s easy to do online or by post.

Click HERE  (and you don’t need your NI number!)

*Register by 18 April to vote in the 5 May elections, or by 7 June to vote in the EU referendum on 23 June.



More door knocking!

IMG_20160312_105402-001Out canvassing with Bill McGenity, our candidate for the local elections and getting lots of support on the doorstep!



Wallasey Campaigning

Bill McGenity, our Wallasey ward  candidate,
will be out speaking to residents this weekend.

Saturday 12 March – Wallasey Village – Meeting on the corner of Stonehouse Road and Wallasey Village at 10am.

All supporters of Bill and the Labour Party are welcome to join in and help knocking on doors!



Why I knock doors for Labour (and you should too)

Not long to the local elections in May now. This article explains why we all need to campaign



Branch selects candidate for local elections


Congratulations to Bill McGenity, who earlier this evening was selected by members of the branch to be our candidate in the local council elections on 5th May.


Most people who have moved in the last year not eligible to vote

Research shows that 6 in 10 people who have moved house in the last year don’t have their up to date info on the electoral register and so are not able to vote in elections. Starting 31 July the Council is sending out forms for people to check that their details on the electoral register are correct and is also contacting people not included on the register and explaining how they can get onto it. More details here