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Buckingham Liberal Democrats

Make sure you are Registered to vote!

To quickly register to vote online, visit GOV.UK: Register to vote

If you are not already registered to vote, the deadline to register for the 6 May elections is 19 April.

Register to Vote

If you get stuck at any point during the registration or application process please email campaign@buckinghamlibdems.org.uk and one of us will be happy to help.

Apply to Vote by post or proxy

Postal vote and proxy vote application forms are available to download and print from the Electoral Commission's website.

Alternatively - Download the application form here

Make sure you sign the form with your usual signature, this is a security check, an anti-fraud measure,

Postal Voting (Liberal Democrats)



Sending the postal vote form

Completed forms - signed with your usual signature - can be either:

  • scanned or photographed (on a phone) and emailed to postalvote@buckinghamshire.gov.uk
  • posted to: Electoral Services, The Gateway, Gatehouse Road, Aylesbury, HP19 8FF

Postal vote deadline is 5pm on 20 April, but apply as early as possible.

If you are unable to print the form, please call the council on one of the election telephone numbers and they will post you one:


Asking a trusted person to vote on your behalf

If you aren't able to cast your vote in person, you can ask someone you trust to cast your vote for you. This is called a proxy vote and the person casting your vote is often referred to as your proxy.

The person voting on your behalf can either go to your polling station to cast your vote, or can apply to vote for you by post.


Sending the proxy vote form

Completed forms can be either:

Proxy vote deadline is 5pm on 27 April, but apply as soon as possible.

Vote in person

Polling stations will be open to vote in person and to keep you safe, additional measures will be in place. These include ensuring:

  • voters wear masks (unless exempt) and bring their own pencil/pen
  • social distancing is maintained at all times
  • hand sanitiser facilities are available upon entering and exiting the polling station




Get involved at the election

If you are interested in working at the election on polling or count duties please email campaign@buckinghamlibdems.org.uk with your name, email address and postcode along with any previous experience working at elections, if any.