Accessibilty issues, Voting at May election


A Perkins Brailler, Used to create Braille indentations on paper



At our recent ward meeting we had a discussion about accessibility issues for the blind and partially sighted when voting at the May Elections. The Electoral Commission provided the following information:-


Tactile voting templates and large print versions of ballot papers are available at all polling stations.

You can take a companion with you to assist you or ask the presiding officer at the polling station for help. Or, you could request a postal vote.

Contact your area electoral office for more details.

Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council
Electoral Registration Officer
Town Hall
Lord Street
0845 140 1049
E-Mail :-

This website below, from the Electoral Commission,  describes the whole voting process and all issues involved. Amongst other versions, an Audio version of procedures is available.



About Councillor, Sefton MBC

Councillor, Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council, Victoria Ward, Ward Chair'
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