Postal voting

How postal voting works

To apply to vote by post, you need to download, print and fill in the postal vote application form. You can apply for a particular election or referendum, for a specific time period, or for a permanent postal vote.

A postal vote can be sent to your home address or to any other address that you give. Postal votes can be sent overseas, but you need to consider whether there will be enough time to receive and return your ballot paper by election day. Postal votes are sent out a week before election day. Once you have received it, mark your vote on the ballot paper and make sure you send it back so that it arrives by close of poll (which is 10pm on election day). If it arrives later than this your vote won’t be counted. 

Visit the Electoral Commission website for more information about postal voting.

Applications 

Contact us for a form by telephone on 01926 456105, email at elections@warwickdc.gov.uk or online from the Electoral Commission website.

Once you have completed the form and made sure you have signed it, please send it to the electoral services team at Warwick District Council, Riverside House, Milverton Hill, Royal Leamington Spa, CV32 5HZ. Your form  needs to be returned before 5pm on the 11th working day before election day.