Do not vote out of habit for the same party as you always done based on their lies (promises) on what they offer, or because your family always has voted for them and you are following suit.
My advice is to weigh up what each candidate in your are can offer your area, the place that you live will be effected more than you know by the cuts etc that the parties want to push after the elections.
Weigh up what the local MP and his party will offer you in your area and what their party will offer to make life a little more bearable. If your candidate is an independent see what he is offering to fight for to make your area more bearable to life for your family.
Remember they need your vote more than you need them, make sure any promises they make on the doorstep you get in writing before polling day.
You also may not like the party but your local MP has been seen to do a lot of work to better your community, get his next projects in writing so they can not renege on their promises for your vote.
If you feel strongly about something discuss, get assurances in writing, then decide. Whether or not you vote for that person, if they get in you have it on paper what they promised to do.
Ukip poster campaign says it all, but can they offer an alternative?
The manifestos of the big three, the local parties and independents will be coming out over the next week or so, read them and get to know what they are offering. Then decide on what is best for you and your family not what your parents etc expect.
Summarise what they offer and question the candidates when they come round on specific points that mean something to you. Do not be taken in by the hype they are projecting in the run up to the elections, false promises will be abound.
The Warrior will not be voting Labour, they have destroyed this country, all the money blown through the last few years shoring banks, equates to more than the people of England owe. They should of helped the people not the banks, the strongest would of survived and would have kept the banking economy rising back to former strengths. They decided to abandon the people many have lost jobs, money homes and dignity, but the chancellor and prime monster and their constituencies fared the recession well, where as the rest of us and England did not.
You do not have to take my word for any of this posting, it is my thoughts based on what I see is happening to my beloved england.
The only thing I hope is Labour is ousted, and a new era is heralded for England and her people, but at the end of the day the choice is yours.
Good luck people and may your heart and minds guide you to the right decision on the day of polling.