Postal and Proxy Voting


If you won’t be at home on Polling Day, if you are too busy to get to a Polling Station or if you just prefer to stay at home then you can still vote UKIP by applying for a postal vote

ballot-boxYou can get a postal vote by visiting the Electoral Commission web site or from the Bath & North East Somerset website

If you apply for a postal vote but don’t use it by election day you can take the completed and sealed form in the envelope to ANY polling station up to 10:00 pm on polling day

If you can’t go to the polling station on polling day and don’t wish to vote by post, you may vote by proxy. A proxy is someone you trust who goes to your polling station and votes on your behalf.

You can vote by proxy by visiting the Electoral Commission or Bath & North East Somerset website

Remember, if you cast a vote for any other party than UKIP or if you don’t vote at all you will only end up getting more of the same

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