Elections 2024

Elections will be held on 4 July 2024.

The Timetable and Notices for both Elections.

  • Notice of Election - General Election - Crawley Parliamentary Constituency and Maidenbower, Borough By-Election 2024.
  • Statement of Person Nominated and Notice of Poll - General Election - Crawley Parliamentary Constituency and Maidenbower, Borough By-Election 2024.
  • Notice Of Election Agents' Names And Offices - General Election - Crawley Parliamentary Constituency and Maidenbower, Borough By-Election 2024.
  • Situation of Polling Station (Update).
  • Deadline for receiving applications for registration – Tuesday 18 June
  • Deadline for applying for a new postal vote and postal proxy applications, or for changes to existing postal or proxy votes - 5pm on Wednesday 19 June
  • Deadline for new applications to vote by proxy (not postal proxy or emergency proxies) – 5pm on Wednesday 26 June

    Voting

    In order to vote your name needs to be included on the Register of Electors. Find out about registering to vote and how to cast your vote.

    Polling station

    Please check your poll card as your polling station might have changed since you last voted. Polling places are usually busier early in the morning and after school so you may want to go at a different time when it’s likely to be quieter.

    You do not need to take your poll card with you in order to vote, however if you do it will speed up the process.

    Postal Voting

    You may prefer your ballot papers to be posted to you, so you don’t need to go to a polling station to vote. If you are not already registered for a postal vote you can apply here.

    You'll need to complete a separate declaration form if you return your postal vote by hand. We won't be able to count your vote without the declaration.

    Proxy Voting

    You may appoint someone to vote on your behalf, you can apply here.

    The person you appoint as proxy must be registered to vote; be eligible to vote in these elections, and able to visit the polling station at which you would normally go to vote. This person can only vote as proxy for up to two domestic voters and two overseas voters.

    Voter ID

    At all elections you will need to show photographic identifcation before you can vote at a polling station. Find out what is acceptable voter ID, and how to request a Voter Authority Certificate if you have no suitable form of photographic identity.

    Contact Us

    Email elections@crawley.gov.uk
    Tel: 01293 438572
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