Proxy vote at the 2021 elections
Elections will be taking place on Thursday 6 May 2021 for Warwickshire County Council, the Police & Crime Commissioner as well as a number of neighbourhood plan referendums.
The deadline to apply for a proxy vote at these elections is 5pm on Tuesday 27 April 2021.
How proxy voting works
Proxy voting means that if you aren't able to cast your vote in person, you can have someone you trust cast your vote for you. They must go to your polling station to cast your vote.
To apply for a proxy vote, you have to complete a form and give a reason why you can't get to your polling station in person.
This may be because you're going to be on holiday, or have a physical condition which means you can't get to your polling station on polling day.
Whether or not your reason is accepted will vary depending on:
- the type of proxy vote you apply for
- when you apply
- where in the UK you're registered to vote
Please visit the Electoral Commission website for more information on voting by proxy.
To vote by proxy, you’ll need to contact Electoral Services to request an application form (by telephone: 01926 456105 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org) and complete and return it to the Warwick District Council offices before 5pm on the 6th working day before election day.
You can also download vote by proxy online application form.