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Who will you vote for in the 2015 general election?

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House-buying. The gender pay gap. Work/life balance. Female representation. The NHS.

These are the issues that could decide the general election on Thursday 7th May. And now is your chance to let Stylist and the whole world know what you think about them.

If you care about getting on the property ladder, scoring the same salary as your male colleagues, smashing through the glass ceiling and still leaving the office on time, which party has the answers? Only 54% of 25-34 year-old women made it to the polling booths in the last general election meaning that millions of women’s thoughts, opinions and ambitions have gone unheard.

We’ve interviewed David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Natalie Bennett for the pages of Stylist: now we want you to tell the major political leaders exactly what you’re thinking  – and get the chance to join us in the Stylist office.

On Thursday 16th April we are holding a special salon, where you can visit the Stylist office and tell us who you’re voting for, and why. We will then publish the results in a special issue of the magazine that comes out the day before the election.

It’s your opportunity to meet the Stylist team, tell us what you’re passionate about and you could see your picture in the magazine. To secure your spot at the salon, email us at election2015@stylist.co.uk telling us which issues matter most to you and who you want to vote for.

If you can’t make the salon, simply cast your vote below. 

 

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