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Voting safely in this year's elections

January 25, 2021 9:00 AM
By Wiltshire Liberal Democrats

We urge all residents to vote and to consider the safest ways to vote both for themselves and for dependents especially in this time of pandemic.

The next electionsis the opportunity for all residents to have their say on who they want to represent them at Wiltshire Council and as the Wiltshire Police and Crime Commissioner as well as Local Councils on Thursday 6 May 2021.

The Liberal Democrat group on Wiltshire Council are 21 strong and form the official opposition to the Conservative administration. Our Wiltshire Councillors (Liberal Democrats in Wiltshire) (wiltshirelibdems.org.uk)

Wiltshire Council local authority area is divided into 98 areas known as divisions and each is represented by one Councillor. All 98 seats will become vacant for May 2021 elections. As part of an electoral review of the division boundaries conducted by the Local Boundary Commission for England recently, many of the division areas will change for the May 2021 elections.

Unitary elections - Wiltshire Council

These elections affect a big part of Get a postal votewhat you pay and the services you receive for your Council Tax.

Anyone can apply to vote by post. You don't need to give a reason.

To download a form for a postal vote here Application to Vote by Post - for Current Elector with letter (wiltshire.gov.uk)

Please complete in BLACK INK and return to Electoral Services, Wiltshire Council, County Hall,
Bythesea Road, Trowbridge, Wiltshire BA14 8JN.