Proxy Voting

Who can apply for a proxy vote?

If you are registered to vote then you can apply for a proxy vote. This is when someone you trust votes on your behalf, because you are unable to. When you apply for a proxy vote you must provide a reason. You can apply for a proxy vote if:

• You are unable to go to the polling station because, for example, you are away on holiday
• You have a physical condition that means you cannot go to the polling station
• Your employment means that you cannot go to the polling station
• Your attendance on an educational course means that you cannot go to the polling station
• You are a British citizen living overseas
• You are a crown servant or a member of Her Majesty's Armed Forces

How do I apply for a Proxy Vote?

Download an application form here

If you live in Ipswich return your completed form to:

Ipswich Borough Council
Electoral Registration Officer
Grafton House
15-17 Russell Road
IPSWICH
IP1 2DE

If you want a proxy vote in time for the St John's Division by-election the Council must receive your form by 5pm on Wednesday 30 August 2017.

Emergency and Permanent Proxy Votes

If you find out that you won't be able to vote in person after the deadline or your situation means that you need a proxy vote on long term basis special arrangements apply. Visit yourvotematters.co.uk/how-do-i-vote/voting-by-proxy for more information.

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