If you are registered to vote and will be out of the Island on election day you can apply for a postal vote. To ensure you are registered to vote please the register to vote section of the site.
Voting by post in the Election 2018
An Election will be held on Wednesday 16 May 2018.
If you are registered to vote you will be able to vote by post if:
- You will be out of the Island during the hours of polling; or
- You have registered to vote, but your name and address have been deliberately omitted from the electoral register because there is a risk or threat of harm to you.
To receive a postal vote, you will need to complete an application form and return it to the Judicial Greffe, Royal Court House, Royal Square, St. Helier, JE1 1JG, by no later than the date published on the form.
When the Judicial Greffe receives your application, they will send you everything that you need to cast your vote:
- You will receive your ballot papers and a ballot paper envelope. Mark an ‘x’ next to the people you want to vote for then fold the ballot papers and put them inside the ballot paper envelope.
- Fill out and sign the declaration of identity form.
- Put the ballot paper envelope and the declaration of identity form inside the return envelope and post it back to the Judicial Greffe in time to meet the published deadline.
You must return your postal voting ballot envelope to the Judicial Greffe, Royal Court House, Royal Square, St. Helier, JE1 1JG, by no later than the published deadline.
If you have any questions about voting before election day, please contact the Postal and Pre-Poll voting Officer on 01534 441300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org