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Last updated:
10 February 2020
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Vote for a Youth Cabinet candidate

Speak up and make your voice heard.

The West Sussex Youth Cabinet are young people democratically elected every year by young people from all around West Sussex.

Their job is to represent young people's interests, views and concerns at meetings and events with adults and other young people, locally, nationally and even internationally.

There are 24 geographical areas for the Youth Cabinet, known as localities. Two candidates are elected for each locality, except Horsham and Crawley who have four each, as these are large areas.

Deciding which candidate to vote for

Young people who have applied to be candidates have created information for you to read, called a manifesto. When you come to vote you’ll be able to read these before making your decision about who to vote for.

How to vote

You can vote between 15 February to 6 March 2020 using the online form below.

Vote online (external link)

You can also vote through your school. You might vote online or by paper ballot depending on what your school has decided. Ask your teacher for information about how to vote at your school.

Additional information

The results of the election will be available in March. You can find these, and more information about the Youth Cabinet, on our Youth Cabinet and UK Youth Parliament web page.

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