Poll cards will be sent out to all eligible electors on or around 15th November. Poll cards for recently registered electors will be despatched on or around 5th December 2019.
You don’t need your poll card to vote.
If you don’t have your poll card, you can go to the polling station and give them your name and address.
You don’t need any other form of ID.
If you haven’t received a polling card but think you should have, please contact Electoral Services to check your registration on 0118 937 3717 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for new postal vote applications and changes to existing postal votes will be 5pm on 27th November 2019. Postal Votes will be despatched on or around 29th November 2019. The second batch is being despatched on or around 3rd December 2019.
Please note if you have a postal vote in place by 7th November 2019, your postal vote pack will be sent to you on or around 29th November 2019.
If you apply for a postal vote after 7th November 2019 but before 5pm on 27th November 2019 your postal vote pack will be sent you on or around 3rd December 2019.
However, it cannot be guaranteed that they will be delivered then. Although, they will be sent first class, there is also no guarantee that they will be delivered the day after they have been posted. Therefore if you are going to be away and the postal papers are due to be sent to your home address you may need to consider changing that arrangement to be on the safe side.
Please note we do not make up and send postal vote packs from our office, they are made up and sent by our printing company and we have just two scheduled mailings.
Voting by proxy means getting someone to vote on your behalf, for example because you’ll be on holiday, working or living or serving overseas on election day.
You’ll need to complete and return your proxy application by 5pm on 4th December 2019. Forms can be requested by calling 0118 937 3717 or emailing email@example.com. Alternatively you can download the form from the Electoral Commission website.
Polling stations are open from 7am to 10pm.
You can find out more information about voting and the General Election on the Electoral Commission website.
European Electors living in Kentwood Ward are able to vote.