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Emergency proxy vote

In certain circumstances, where you have an emergency that means you can't vote in person, you can apply for an emergency proxy.

This must be something that you weren't aware of before the normal proxy vote deadline, usually 5pm, 6 working days before the election. Emergency proxy applications can be made up to 5pm on polling day.

Circumstances where you may be able to apply for an emergency proxy include:

If you need to apply for an emergency proxy or to find out more information, contact the electoral services team at your local council.

Emergency proxy vote

In certain circumstances, where you have an emergency that means you can't vote in person, you can apply for an emergency proxy.

This must be something that you weren't aware of before the normal proxy vote deadline, usually 5pm, 6 working days before the election. Emergency proxy applications can be made up to 5pm on polling day.

Circumstances where you may be able to apply for an emergency proxy include:

If you need to apply for an emergency proxy or to find out more information, contact the electoral services team at your local council.

Emergency proxy vote

In certain circumstances, where you have an emergency that means you can't vote in person, you can apply for an emergency proxy.

This must be something that you weren't aware of before the normal proxy vote deadline, usually 5pm, 6 working days before the election. Emergency proxy applications can be made up to 5pm on polling day.

Circumstances where you may be able to apply for an emergency proxy include:

If you need to apply for an emergency proxy or to find out more information, contact your local electoral registration office.

Emergency proxy vote

In certain circumstances, where you have an emergency that means you can't vote in person, you can apply for an emergency proxy.

This must be something that you weren't aware of before the normal proxy vote deadline, usually 5pm, 6 working days before the election. Emergency proxy applications can be made up to 5pm on polling day.

Circumstances where you may be able to apply for an emergency proxy include:

If you need to apply for an emergency proxy or to find out more information, contact the electoral services team at your local council.

Emergency proxy

In Northern Ireland, you can't apply for an emergency proxy vote. 

Find out more about applying to vote by proxy.

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