Instead of voting for just one councillor, this May we’ll all be asked to vote for up to six different candidates in four different elections. It’ll take a lot more consideration, which you might think will be better done from home.
What’s more, although polling stations are being made virus safe, it’s quite possible that many of us won’t want to visit them, or are advised to stay at home. For those two reasons, ‘voting from home’ with a postal vote is going to be very popular this year.
IMPORTANT: If you’re not in Cambridge, and are looking for an application form, please see the Government’s site here.
- To apply for your postal vote in Cambridge, click on the form below to open the single-page “Application to Vote by Post” form.
- Print this out, complete it fully, and post it to the address shown on the form.
- You can print out and complete further copies for other members of your household and return them together or separately.
- You’ll receive your ballot papers in the post in April, and Government advice is to complete and post them back as quickly as possible. But please note you can still take them to your local polling station on Election Day, so the choice is up to you.
- If you are isolating and would like someone to collect and post your completed application form(s) for you, just leave a message on our ‘Happy To Help’ answerphone line on 01223 641 012 (Queen Edith’s residents only)