Register to Vote
In order to vote in any election, you must first register to vote. You only need do this once or when you move house. You can register online here.
There are three ways in which you can vote in an election:
1. By Post - many people find this is the most way. The ballot paper is sent to you, you complete it and post back to your local council (or take it to your Polling Station on Election Day). You must register for a Postal Vote and you do this by contacting the Electoral Services Dept at your local Council or download the form here.
2. In-Person - the traditional way, this means going to your Polling Station on ElectionDay and casting your vote in person. Before Electio Day you will receive a 'Polling Card' from your local council telling you where to go.
3. By Proxy - in some cases neither of the previous methods are possible. Using a Proxy means that you ask a trusted member of your family or a close friend to cast your vote on your behalf. This must be arranged beforehand, you do this by contacting the Electoral Services Dept at your local Council.
If you are voting in person, or want to return your Postal Vote to a Polling Station please contact the Electoral Services Dept at your local Council or you can enter your Post Code below.
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