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Guide to voting

Last updated on: 09-Apr-2021

2. What a ballot paper looks like

Example ballot paper

Your ballot paper will have the names of each candidate along with their party logos and a box on the right hand side where you put your cross for who you want to vote for.

At the top of the ballot paper it will tell you which election it's for – for example local or Parliamentary (General Election) and also it will give you instructions about the maximum number of candidates you may vote for. If you mark or vote for more than allowed your ballot will not be counted. If you have the choice to mark three but only choose to vote for one then this will be counted as normal.


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