Here’s a quick tutorial on how to use your Young Scot National Entitlement Card to vote at voting.young.scot
Young Scot E-Voting
Your local council or a community group might be running a vote using our Young Scot e-voting website. They might be asking for your opinion about a local project or for your say on how you’d like a budget to be spent.
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