In the May 2018 election, anyone who was registered to vote before noon on Monday 9 April 2018 could vote at a pre-poll station.
Pre-poll voting in the 2018 Election
Pre-poll voting stations are available for anyone who wants to vote in the 2 weeks leading up to election day. If it is easier and more convenient for you to vote earlier than election day you don’t need a specific reason. You can simply go to the pre-poll station in town or one of the out of town venues. The dates and locations for pre-poll voting are published on vote.je.
When you visit the pre-poll voting station you need to take photographic identification with you such as a driving licence or a passport. You will be greeted by staff who will mark your name off on the electoral register and give you your ballot papers. You can then go to the voting booth to cast your vote by putting an ‘x’ beside the name of your preferred candidate(s). You will be asked to put your ballot papers in an envelope and the envelope will then be taken by staff to your parish for inclusion in the count on election day.
If you have any questions about voting before election day, please contact the Postal and Pre-Poll voting Officer on 01534 441300 or email a[email protected]