You can vote at your designated polling station from 7am to 10pm on Polling Day.
Please ensure you check your poll card for the correct address – this will be on your polling card that will be sent out to you a few weeks before the elections.
You can also view your designated polling station by inputting your postcode into our online mapping system or by phoning the Elections Team on 01327 871100 for more details. If you lose or forget your poll card you will still be able to vote without it, but it is easier if you have it with you.
To be able to vote by post you must be registered to vote. You can apply for a postal vote application form to enable you to vote by post. You can apply for a one-off postal vote in advance of any election or, alternatively, you can have an automatic postal vote, either on a permanent basis or for a set period.
In order to vote by post people must be aged 18 or over, on the electoral register and need to complete a Postal Vote Application Form and return it to Daventry District Council’s Electoral Registration Officer by the deadline date for that election.
For more information or an application form please phone 01327 871100 or email email@example.com.
You can also apply for a postal vote online
As an alternative to voting by post, you can appoint someone to vote on your behalf at the relevant Polling Station. This is called a proxy vote. You can apply for a proxy vote for a definite or indefinite time period or just for one election. The proxy can also request to vote by post if they cannot access the relevant Polling Station.
In order to vote by proxy people must be aged 18 or over and must be registered to vote. The proxy application form must be returned by the deadline date for that election. If the proxy wants to vote by post the application must be completed and returned by the postal vote deadline for that election.
For more information or an application form please phone 01327 871100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also apply for a Proxy Vote online
For general information on Elections and the Electoral process, visit yourvotematters or The Electoral Commission website