How to vote - Information

When an election is called, each registered elector will be sent a Poll Card advising where and when they can vote. These cards will usually be sent out approximately two weeks before the election. You do not need to take the card with you to the polling station.

However, if you have applied for either a postal or a proxy vote you will be sent a separate notification.

 

Voting by Post, by Proxy or in Person

You can choose which method suits you best, to fit in with your lifestyle or to help your vote to be counted if you can't make it to the polling station yourself.

 

 

 


Last Updated on Wednesday, May 01, 2019

When an election is called, each registered elector will be sent a Poll Card advising where and when they can vote. These cards will usually be sent out approximately two weeks before the election. You do not need to take the card with you to the polling station.

However, if you have applied for either a postal or a proxy vote you will be sent a separate notification.

 

Voting by Post, by Proxy or in Person

You can choose which method suits you best, to fit in with your lifestyle or to help your vote to be counted if you can't make it to the polling station yourself.

 


Last Updated on Wednesday, May 01, 2019

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