About these resources

To help to reach as many people as possible we’ve created a range of digital and print voter information resources that can be used ahead of elections.

These resources are designed to raise awareness on:

  • how to vote up until polling day
  • when the elections are happening
  • finding your polling station
  • getting help at the polling station
  • what to do if you need help to vote
  • who tellers are
  • polling station opening times
  • things to remember if you are voting in person
  • how to keep everybody safe when voting in person

Resources

Below are posters and flyers you can use to raise awareness. As well as different sizes, we also have both ‘ready-to-print’ and ‘commercial print’ options – make sure you choose the right ones for you.

If you want to add your own logo, be sure to check out our corporate identity guidelines first. If you want to make any other changes to the content, contact us directly at partners@electoralcommission.org.uk.

Our suite of digital resources have been developed for Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. We’ve also created a range of template posts that you can use on social media.

If you want to add your own logo, be sure to check out our corporate identity guidelines first. If you want to make any other changes to the content, contact us directly at partners@electoralcommission.org.uk.

The My Vote My Voice campaign has also produced resources, with support from the Electoral Commission, to support people with learning disabilities and/or autism to vote. These include a ‘voting passport’ people can use to help polling station staff to easily understand any reasonable adjustments they require.

Easy Read guides on registering to vote, deciding how you want to vote, applying for voter ID, and voting (Opens in new window)

Local Election Practice Ballot Paper: Easy Read Guide (Opens in new window)

Voting passport 

We’re currently updating our resources to support disabled people, including those with a learning disability and/or autism, to vote. These resources will be available in a range of accessible formats, and will be published in due course.