Every voter is entitled to a postal vote.
You do not need a special reason to apply for a postal vote. Anyone can have a postal vote simply because they want one. You can apply for a postal vote on a temporary or permanent basis.
If you miss the deadline to post your postal vote, it can be taken it to the polling station on polling day. It must however be sealed in its envelope exactly as if it were being posted.
To apply for a postal vote find your local council below and follow the links to get to their postal voting pages and forms. These should be returned to your council.
Find out more about Postal Voting
- Register for a Postal Vote if you live in The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead
- Register for a Postal Vote if you live in The Borough of Bracknell Forest
- Register for a Postal Vote if you live in The Borough of Slough
Electors should check the information on this page with the Electoral Commission or their local Elections Office before acting on it - Page date Feb 09 revisions April 16