How to vote
Voting by post
Anyone can apply for a postal vote – you don’t need to give a reason.
You can vote by post if you live in the UK or if you’re voting when abroad.
Apply for a postal vote
You can apply for a postal vote (Printable form which requires completing)
Alternatively, you can request for a postal application form to be sent to you by post
- for a single election on a specific date
- for a specific period
Changing where your postal vote is sent
You’ll need to change where your postal vote is sent if you:
- move house
- will be away from home in the run up to election day, eg on holiday
Either way, just make a new postal vote application.
Completing and returning your postal vote application form:
You can either email a scanned image of the form or a clear photograph, showing the full page to: firstname.lastname@example.org or post to:
Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council
CV11 5 AA
When voting by post, you should:
- complete your ballot paper in secret
- complete the postal voting statement
- put the ballot and statement in the envelopes provided
- seal the envelope yourself
Post your ballot back as quickly as possible to make sure it’s counted.
If you’re too late to post your ballot paper back, you can:
- hand it in to your local Electoral Registration Office -Town Hall, Coton Road, Nuneaton, CV11 5AA
- or bring it to your local polling station by 10pm on polling day.
Replacement ballot papers
Contact the Elections Office if you spoil or lose your ballot paper. You can get a replacement up to 5pm on election day.
You must collect it in person. If you spoiled your ballot paper, bring:
- the spoiled paper
- the rest of the ballot pack that was sent to you
Last updated Thursday, 11th March 2021