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Postal votes

Registered voters can choose to vote at any election by post.

For more information about postal votes, visit the Electoral Commission.

If you would like to register for a postal vote, please fill in a postal vote application form.

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Once you have completed the application form, you can either scan it or take a photograph of it and email this to:

We will write to you to confirm that we have received your application. If you have not heard from us after 5 working days, please contact Electoral Services.

Postal vote mailing dates

Parliamentary Election on 12 December 2019

The deadline to apply for, or amend, a postal vote for the Parliamentary election is 5pm Tuesday 26 November 2019. This is a legal deadline and cannot be extended.

Postal votes will then be sent out by first class post on the following dates:

Table showing mailing dates for postal votes

Date application received

Mailing date

Postal vote applications received before 5 November 2019

22 November 2019

Postal vote applications received from 6 November 2019

3 December 2019

Electors living in Binfield, Warfield or Winkfield are part of the Windsor constituency and will have their postal votes sent out on Wednesday 27 November by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

You will receive the relevant ballot paper(s), a postal voting statement and instructions and a return envelope.

You will need to fill in the ballot paper(s) and postal voting statement and return them in the envelope provided by 10pm on polling day.

What to do if you have missed the deadline

If you have missed the postal vote deadline, or you will already be away when your postal vote should arrive, you could apply for a proxy vote. This is where someone votes on your behalf.

The deadline to apply for a proxy vote for this election is 5pm on Wednesday 4 December 2019.

Contact information

Electoral Services

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