It’s nearly time to vote. Please vote Green!
Your polling station will be given on your polling card, and you can see a full list here.
The polling stations will be open from 7am to 10pm. If you have never voted before, it’s very simple, and the friendly staff in the polling station will tell you what to do. You don’t need to bring any identification papers with you. You don’t even need to bring your polling card.
The government website, https://www.gov.uk/voting-in-the-uk, explains it all very clearly.
If you have a postal vote but you have forgotten to post it, don’t worry: you can hand it in at your local polling station on the day.
If you’re worried a disability could prevent you from voting, there is help available. If you wish, the presiding officer for your polling station can mark your ballot paper for you, or any close family member or support worker who are eligible to vote can come with you into the voting booth.
If you cannot enter the polling station due to a disability, the presiding officer is allowed to bring your ballot paper out to you. Large print ballot papers are available to those with visual impairment.
There is a dedicated voting helpline for those with learning disabilities, their families and carers at 020 7696 6009.