A postal vote enables you to receive and return your ballot paper via the post rather than going to the polling station.
Download and complete the postal vote application form and return it to:
Electoral Services Office
Poll cards issued to electors win Watford Borough include a personalised postal vote application/cancellation form which can be used if (i.e. complete and returned to set up or cancel a postal vote) required.
To be registered as a postal voter in the 2018 Watford Mayoral and Borough Elections, your postal vote application will need to be received by 5pm on Wednesday 18th April.
Things to note:
- Applications can be made for a single election or indefinitely
- A postal vote can be sent to your home address or any other address specified by you
- Postal votes can be sent overseas, but you need to consider whether there would be time for you to receive and return your ballot paper by polling day
- Postal votes are usually despatched by first class post about a week before polling day
- If you have been sent a postal vote, you cannot vote in person at a polling station
- Postal votes can be posted back to the council offices or returned by hand to the council offices or polling station
- Postal votes have to be received at the council or polling station by the close of poll on polling day