If you would prefer to return your ballot paper by post rather than going to the polling station you must apply for a postal vote.
Apply for a postal vote
You can apply to vote by post:
- for a single election on a specific date
- for a specific period
Download and print the postal vote registration form, then complete it and sign it. You can then send a scanned copy by email to firstname.lastname@example.org before 5pm on Tuesday 26 November 2019 or post the completed form as soon as possible to:
If you’re too late to post your ballot paper
Take it to your local polling station before it closes and you can vote in person.
Replacement ballot papers
Contact us to request a replacement ballot paper.
If you spoiled your ballot paper, bring:
- the spoiled paper
- the rest of the ballot pack that was sent to you
You can get a replacement for a lost or spoiled ballot paper up to 5pm on polling day.