It's time to show that women count
More than half of eligible voters are women, but we have a smaller say in the running of our country. Why? Because women are under-represented in politics.
From Westminster to Wandsworth decisions are being made by 'male, stale and pale' officials. The reason, we are told, is that women don't stand in elections. Well, Rosena Allin-Khan, Fleur Anderson and Sophia Parker think differently. They are running for Council in the local elections on 22nd May and they need your help.
Women are coming together from across London on 10th May to send a message to the Tories that we should have a say in how our services are run. Together we will speak to women in Tooting Bec and Balham and raise women's voice at the local level.
Join us at the Tooting Labour Party Office, 273 Balham High Road at 10.30am until 1.30pm on Saturday to help us talk to local residents, and get three fantastic women elected on 22nd May, followed by a social.