Secure Your Postal Vote for the 6th May Local Elections

Postal votes are a safe, convenient and a secure way to ensure that your vote counts.

It is possible that many more people will want a postal vote this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. By applying now, you can avoid the rush.

If you would like to vote by post in the County Council and Police and Crime Commissioner elections in May, you can ether:

1. Use this handy online tool from the Liberal Democrats to fill in and print out your form.

or

2. Print out and fill in the form from the Electoral Commission on this page

For Oadby and Wigston residents you can then either:

Send it to the Council Offices at (you will need to use a stamp):

Oadby & Wigston Borough Council
Electoral Registration Officer
Council Offices
Station Road
Wigston
LE18 2DR

or scan it in or take a good quality photo (with the writing clearly legible) and email it to electoral.services@oadby-wigston.gov.uk . This saves a stamp and you will get an email acknowledgement.

A postal vote will ensure that your vote counts to support hard-working Liberal Democrats County Councillors and candidates in May.

Recently, Liberal Demorat Councillors successfully pressed the County Council to support Marcus Rashford’s campaign for help in the holidays for children on free school meals. The Conservative MP here voted against this in parliament. His government finally listened but not in time to help local families over half term.