This election is worth £1,000 over the next four years for every Cheshire voter - so, you should receive one of these Polling Cards in the next day or two. If not, then you need to register quickly - here's how... (and how to register for a postal or proxy vote too...)
To register to vote click here.
You need to provide a few more details to register, including your national insurance number and date of birth.
The responsibility to register now lies with each individual voter and not the 'head of every household'.
Your name and address will be included in the open register unless you ask for them to be removed. Removing your details from the open register would not affect your right to vote. If you wish your details to be removed from the electoral register, this request can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are already registered to vote but with to vote by post - (good idea if you will be unable to get (or uncertain about getting) to a voting station on the 5th of May) - then register for a postal vote here.
If you will be away during the postal vote period - then you can (temporarily) choose a proxy (close relative) to vote on your behalf. Click here for details.
- You must ask someone who is willing and able to be your proxy and vote on your behalf.
- Please note that a person can only be the proxy for close relatives and up to two other people at the same election or referendum.
- Fill in the proxy vote application form. You must give a reason why you want to vote by proxy, for example you may be abroad on holiday on election day.
- Make sure you complete all sections of the form and supply your date of birth and signature.
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