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Polling stations Your local Electoral Registration Office will send you a poll card just before an election telling you where and when to vote. If you have not received a poll card but think you should, contact your local Electoral Registration Office. You can still vote if you have lost your card. Polling stations are open from 7.00am to 10.00pm on the day of the election (‘polling day’), and are usually located in public buildings like schools or local halls. When you get to the polling station Give your name and address to the staff inside the polling station when you arrive. You do not have to take your poll card with you. You will be given a ballot paper containing a list of the people, parties or the options you can vote for. Filling in your ballot paper 1. Take your ballot paper into a polling booth. 2. Follow the instructions on the notices in the polling booth and on the top of the ballot paper to vote. 3. Put it in the ballot box. Voting if you are disabled If you’re disabled, your local Electoral Registration Office can tell you about: physical access, for example wheelchair ramps and disabled parking spaces low-level polling booths equipment for voters with a visual impairment Every polling station must provide at least one large print display version of the ballot paper and a special device so that blind and visually impaired people can vote.
Published and promoted by Paul Mercer, 58A Wards End, Loughborough LE11 3HB
This site only uses cookies in order to collect anonymous usage data for Google Analytics and StatCounter. By using this site we assume that you are happy to receive cookies.
Polling stations Your local Electoral Registration Office will send you a poll card just before an election telling you where and when to vote. If you have not received a poll card but think you should, contact your local Electoral Registration Office. You can still vote if you have lost your card. Polling stations are open from 7.00am to 10.00pm on the day of the election (‘polling day’), and are usually located in public buildings like schools or local halls. When you get to the polling station Give your name and address to the staff inside the polling station when you arrive. You do not have to take your poll card with you. You will be given a ballot paper containing a list of the people, parties or the options you can vote for. Filling in your ballot paper 1. Take your ballot paper into a polling booth. 2. Follow the instructions on the notices in the polling booth and on the top of the ballot paper to vote. 3. Put it in the ballot box. Voting if you are disabled If you’re disabled, your local Electoral Registration Office can tell you about: physical access, for example wheelchair ramps and disabled parking spaces low-level polling booths equipment for voters with a visual impairment Every polling station must provide at least one large print display version of the ballot paper and a special device so that blind and visually impaired people can vote.