CAMBRIDGESHIRE: Council launches first ever interactive map to help find your candidate

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A NEW interactive map featuring every electoral division in Cambridgeshire has gone live and gives a first hand glimpse of all candidates.

The map is the latest tool in Cambridgeshire County Council's Do Something Amazing campaign to encourage people to vote in the elections next month.

By clicking on the map, residents can find details about the division where they live, which Councillor currently represents them, the results of the 2005 election and information about each candidate standing for election on June 4.

The map can be found by either by clicking on the Elections 2009 news item on the County Council's website www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk or by logging directly on to the link at the end of this article.


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The county council has already set up a free SMS text messaging service, whereby residents can text the word 'election' to 81025 and receive regular updates.

A Facebook group has also been set up, which is updated regularly with election news, and a Twitter account has also been established, where people can follow election news at www.twitter.com/ccc_elections by clicking on the green 'Join today' box.

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