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How to Vote by Post in UK Elections

May 9, 2019
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One of the voting options in UK elections is voting by Post. To vote by post one must apply for the postal vote before the elections. The UK Citizens can apply for a Postal vote when they are away from home and when they are living in abroad. You can get a postal vote easily if you are from England, Scotland, and Wales but to get a postal vote in Northern Ireland then you must provide a strong reason. Who can Vote in UK Elections

How to Vote in UK General Election 2019 by Post Explained on YouTube:

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How to vote by Post in UK Elections?

  • After applying for the postal vote you will receive the ballot papers, and envelop to the address you mentioned in the postal vote application form.
  • Ballot paper consists of the list of Candidates or list of Parties or the symbols or options to cast your vote.
  • After taking the ballot paper, mark the vote on ballot paper in privately.
  • Now complete the postal voting statement.
  • Take the marked ballot paper and completed postal voting statement and put them back into the envelop which was sent to you.
  • Now seal the envelop secretly and post the envelop to the address mentioned on the envelop.
  • You should send your postal ballot early, if you send it lately then you vote may not be counted.

There are other ways to vote in UK elections they are:

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When Can a UK Citizen Vote by Post?

If you are a UK Citizen and wondering to apply for a Postal vote, you can apply for one when you are away from home and when you are living in abroad. To get a postal vote in northern Ireland there is a special application form and you must be able to provide a strong reason to get it.

Should I Apply for Postal Vote for Once or every election?

Postal Vote is a voting option with the help of which one can vote by post. Depending on your requirement and your convenience to vote by post one must apply for the postal vote for each election cause the postal vote applied once will be valid for that election.

How to Apply for a Postal Vote Online?

  • Download the Postal application form.
  • Complete the application form
  • Submit the completely filled postal vote application form at your electoral registration office.

Download Application to Vote by Post UK Elections:

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Vote by Post UK Application Sample Form:

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Ways to Get on the Electoral Register UK:

There are different type of elections held in the UK. The first and foremost thing one should remember is one must register to vote first before thinking of voting in UK elections. If you are planning to register to vote then you must fulfill the following criteria.

  • If you are living in England or Wales or Northern Ireland then you can apply for voter registration when you are 16 years old.
  • You must be 14 years old to register to vote if you are living in Scotland.
  • If you are living in England or Wales or Northern Ireland you can register to vote at 16 years but you will be eligible to vote when you become 18.
  • If you are living in Scotland you can register to vote at 14 years but you will be eligible to vote when you become 16.

2019 UK General Election Results:

Download Application to Vote by Post in Welsh Language UK Elections:

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Vote by Post UK Application Sample Form:

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