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EU Elections 2019

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What do you do if a normal elector is shown as having voted? If they can answer the prescribed questions correctly, then the elector can receive a *tendered* ballot paper.
What do you do if a proxy voter's entry has been marked on the proxy list, and so has the register of electors. If they can answer the prescribed questions correctly, then the elector or proxy can receive a *tendered* ballot paper.
What do you do if a proxy voter returns to the polling station after their application to cast a vote as a proxy has been rejected because the Register of electors indicates the *voter* has voted in person. The list of proxies would not show a mark. If they can answer the prescribed questions correctly, then the elector can receive a *tendered* ballot paper.
What do you do if an elector or proxy whose name appears on the postal voters/proxy postal list claim (after 5pm) to have lost spoilt or not received their postal ballot paper If they can answer the prescribed questions correctly, then the elector or proxy can receive a *tendered* ballot paper.
What do you do if an elector states that their name is not as shown in the Register of electors? Ask the prescribed questions, and if the elector can confirm the register entry refers to them, then they should receive a NORMAL ballot paper.
What do you do if anyone is suspected of personation, but can confirm that the register entry refers to them. A NORMAL ballot paper must be issued.
What do you do if an elector is registered as eligible to vote, but is clearly under age? If the prescribed questions are answered satisfactorily, then a NORMAL ballot paper must be issued.
Can you ask any other questions apart from the prescribed ones? No.
Can you withhold issuing a normal or tendered ballot paper if you have any doubts? Not if the prescribed questions have been answered correctly.
Do you issue any type of ballot paper if the person refuses to answer the prescribed questions? No, and if they turn up later, they must be asked again.
Is a person (other than a proxy) guilty of personation, if they apply for a ballot paper by a name that is not their own? Not as long as it's the name they have *registered* under.
If a person has been arrested on grounds of suspicion of committing / being about to commit personation, should they be allowed to vote? Yes, as long as they have answered the prescribed questions satisfactorily.
If an agent/sub-agent/polling agent /candidate challenge a voter, should they be allowed to vote? Yes, if they answer the prescribed questions correctly.
I've forgotten my postal vote. Can I vote here? No, but you (or someone else) can deliver your postal vote to the reception at the local council office until 5pm, or to any polling station in the counting area by 10pm.
My postal vote hasn't arrived yet - what can I do? Get to the elections office before 5pm with some form of ID, and you can get a replacement. After 5pm, and for that polling station. If able to answer the prescribed questions, you can be issued with a *tendered* ballot paper.
My postal vote has arrived, but I have lost the ballot paper. What can I do? Get to the elections office before 5pm with ANY OF YOUR POSTAL BALLOT PACK YOU STILL HAVE and some form of ID, and you can get a replacement. After 5pm, and for that polling station. Answer the prescribed questions, you can be issued with a *tendered*.
I've received my postal vote, can I vote in person at the polling station? No, but you (or someone else) can deliver your postal vote to the reception at the local council office until 5pm, or to any polling station in the counting area by 10pm.
X has been in an accident and wants to vote, what can be done? Contact the election office before 5pm, and he may be able to appoint someone as a proxy.
Why does the ballot paper looks different to the one issued last time? MEPs representing the UK are elected under a form of closed-list proportional representation. Appendix 11.
Created by: tc1967uk