Voting - polling stations, postal votes, proxy votes and Armed Forces

Voting by proxy

Voting by proxy means you appoint someone you trust to vote on your behalf.

It’s useful if you can’t get to the polling station on election day. If circumstances change, you can still vote in the polling station, if your proxy is not voting by post.

If you have just had a medical emergency arise that means you cannot go to the polling station in person, you can apply to vote by emergency proxy.

Apply to vote by proxy

Fill in the vote by proxy (PDF 16.9KB) form.

Once you have completed the postal voting form, please return it to:

Electoral Services
Priory House
Monks Walk
SG17 5TQ

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