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This is rather spooky.

A couple of days ago I had a letter through from my local council .

It reads as follows.

I write in response to your request for a postal vote application made on the RoE 2007 canvass form.Electors who wish to vote by post for any election are now required to give their date of birth and a specimen of their signature on their application.The requested form is enclosed along with some guidance notes and a return envolope.

The postal vote form has 3 boxes to tick for the types of elections postal voting is required.

I DID NOT REQUEST A POSTAL VOTE

My mum and my next door neighbour also received the same letter,and thankfully my mum was the one that showed me this before she sent it in,thinking it was a standard electoral roll-call of the type needed for council tax assessment etc.

I'm extremely angry.I'm well aware of the ease of which postal ballots can be defrauded,and have ALWAYS gone to the polling booth and done the deed in person.This action by the local council is nothing short of A CRIMINAL ACT.

Has anyone else been getting these type of letters recently???

The sooner this fraud is exposed the better

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Has anyone else been getting these type of letters recently???

The sooner this fraud is exposed the better

Not got one.

But you should get in touch with the electoral commission about it.

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