Important Local Elections Update
It’s polling day on Thursday! Voters across Kirklees will be going to the polls to elect their local councillors as well as choosing their first Mayor for West Yorkshire.
The COVID-19 pandemic means that this year’s elections are a bit different. There are a few things to remember so that everyone gets the chance to make their vote count.
More local residents than ever before have chosen to vote by post. If you applied for a postal vote but haven’t received your postal vote ballot pack, it’s really important that you contact our electoral services team straight away. Our team are on-hand right now to make sure your vote counts.
If you haven’t received your postal vote ballot pack or you need help or advice, please contact the electoral services team at:
Phone – 01484 221650
The electoral services team are available everyday including Bank Holiday Monday.
Voting in person
If you’re planning to vote in person on Thursday, there will be a few changes to your usual election day. First, you need to check where your polling station is. This will be on your polling card or you can look it up at: https://wheredoivote.co.uk. We are also taking extra steps to keep everyone safe by providing hand sanitiser at every polling station and making sure everyone can socially distance as they register their vote. We’ve made a short film to let you know what to expect.
If you need any other advice about how to vote on Thursday 6 May, you can contact our electoral services team on the details above.
Electoral Services, Kirklees Council