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Postal vote packs issued for PCC election

Police and Crime Commissioner logoWe are issuing postal vote packs this week to residents across the Borough of Scarborough ahead of the Police and Crime Commissioner election on 15 November.

 

Anyone receiving a postal vote pack needs to ensure that their vote is returned using the pre-paid envelope provided as soon as possible. Anyone not casting their postal vote until the day of the election should ensure it is returned in person to the Town Hall on St Nicholas Street in Scarborough by 10.00pm on 15 November.

 

Voters wanting to find out more about the candidates standing for election in the North Yorkshire Police area, Julia Mulligan (Conservative Party) and Ruth Potter (Larbour Party), should visit the Home Office website www.choosemypcc.org.uk

 

The candidates also have their own websites www.juliamulligan.org.uk and www.ruthpotter.co.uk which contain more information. Any voter that does not have access to the internet can call freephone number 0800 107 0708, which is an automated system, to request information. Our elections office and staff at polling stations are not allowed to give information or enter into discussions about either of the candidates.

 

Poll card letters were issued two weeks ago to electors who are eligible to vote. Anyone who hasn’t received their poll card letter should contact the elections office to check that they are registered. Polling stations will be open on 15 November from 7.00 am until 10.00pm. Voters should take their poll card letter with them when they go to vote as this will allow staff to manage voters more efficiently.

 

Contact details for our Electoral and Regulation team are:

email: electors@scarborough.gov.uk

telephone: 01723 232309 / 232307

post to: Electoral and Regulation, Scarborough Borough Council, St Nicholas Street, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 2HG

Scarborough Borough Council,Town Hall, St Nicholas Street, Scarborough, North Yorkshire. YO11 2HG
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