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Have your say on where you can vote in South Holland

A review of polling stations across South Holland is now under way.

The review's aim is to ensure that all voters have reasonable facilities to cast their ballot, particularly for people who are disabled.

Anybody can comment on the current provision of more than 70 polling stations across South Holland, including suggestions of alternative sites, between now and Friday, September 6.

Voters can have their say on polling stations in South Holland.
Voters can have their say on polling stations in South Holland.

The review comes as speculation grows about the possibility of a general election taking place before the end of the year.

If a vote of no confidence is passed in new Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the Government, or if a general election is agreed by two thirds of MPs (currently 434 out of 650), then an early general election could take place.

To comment on the review of polling stations, email elections@sholland.gov.uk


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