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Local Elections May 2021

Statement of Persons Nominated for local elections - Thursday 6 May

Elections for Surrey County Council, the Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner, three Borough and Parish by-elections and three neighbourhood referendums will take place on Thursday 6 May.

Find out who is standing for election and which political party they represent

Different ways to vote 

Someone else votes for you ('voting by proxy') 

The deadlines to register to vote and to apply for a postal vote have now passed. If you would like someone to vote on your behalf, the deadline to apply is 5pm on Tuesday 27 April.

Apply for a proxy vote.

Please print off the form, fill it out and return it to our offices, at the address listed, or email electoralservices@guildford.gov.uk. If you do choose to email us, please make sure the form is sent as a clear, scanned email attachment. 

Vote at a polling station 

If you have decided to vote in person on the day, please bring your polling card and because of Coronavirus (Covid-19) we would like you to bring your own a pen with you to make your visit as quick, safe and easy as possible. If you are working from home, vote during the day if you can when it's quieter. Please check on your polling card which polling station you will need to visit, as your polling station may have changed this time. 

We are doing everything we can to keep our polling stations safe, including social distancing, floor signs, sneeze screens and hand sanitizer stations.  

More information on elections

Published Monday 26 April 

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