Ways you can vote

  1. Ways you can vote
  2. Voting at a polling station (You are here)
  3. If you can't attend a polling station
  4. Voting by post
  5. Cancel a postal or proxy vote

Voting at a polling station

If you choose to vote in person, you will receive a poll card soon before an election. Your poll card will tell you where your polling station is and the date of the election.

The polling station will be open from 7am until 10pm on polling day. You do not need your poll card to cast your vote. The station staff will ask you to confirm your name and address if you do not have your card with you.

You will get a ballot paper to cast your vote. You should mark your paper in one of the booths provided to make sure your vote is secret. You should then fold your paper in half, put it in the ballot box, and leave the polling station.

We must conduct a regular review of the polling districts and places in our area.

Current Polling District and Place review

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