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If you are unable to get to your Polling Station on election day, you can vote by post on a temporary or permanent basis. You will receive your ballot paper by post approximately two weeks before the election day.
Anyone registered to vote. You do not need a reason to vote by post. Please contact Electoral Services for an application form or alternatively you can go to electoralcommission.org.uk to download a blank form.
You can have your postal vote sent to your home address or any other address, even overseas. If the address given is not your home address you must give a reason why you want the postal vote sending elsewhere. Postal voters overseas must have enough time to receive and return the ballot paper by election day.
You must return your ballot paper by election day, or your vote will not be counted.
If anyone tries to help you against your will, or force you to give them your postal vote, you should contact the police.
If you have any questions or would like a postal vote application form please contact us, using the contact details below:
|Telephone:||01744 676464 (Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:00pm)|
|Write to us:||St Helens Council, Electoral Services, First Floor, Town Hall, Victoria Square, St Helens. WA10 1HP|