How to vote
You must be on the electoral register to vote.
If you are not on the electoral register you can register to vote online or by phone.
Voting at a polling station
We will send a poll card to all registered voters about three to four weeks before an election.
The poll card gives details of when and where to vote. You must go to your allocated the polling station.
If you lose your poll card, you can still vote. You just need to give your name and address to the staff on duty. You can also use MyWycombe to find the location of your polling station.
Voting by postal vote
If you vote by post, you will receive a poll card to remind you that you have asked to vote this way.
We usually send postal ballot papers by first class post, about two weeks before polling day to everyone who has applied to vote by post. There will be full instructions on how to vote included with the ballot paper.
You must get postal ballot papers to us by 10pm on polling day. If you are too late for the post, you can take it to our offices or to polling station shown on your polling card and hand it to the staff.
See Register for a postal vote for more details on how to apply.
Voting by proxy vote
If you have applied for a proxy vote, we will send your proxy a poll card about one week before polling day.
See Register for a proxy vote for more details on how to apply.
If you cannot get to a polling station because of illness or incapacity, you may apply for an emergency proxy vote up to and including the polling day. Please contact us for further information and an application form.