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What Time Of Day Can I Vote Between?


The polling stations in the majority of places (perhaps all) will be open between 7am and 10pm.

This gives everyone the chance to vote who is able to get to the polling station: either before work or after work.

Many people will attend after work as in the morning they will be busy going to work and don't want to have to queue.

Generally in the morning and in the evening those are the peak times.

If you want to avoid the queues then you should go during the day (if possible) when it is likely to be less busy.

Note that before you enter there may be people who ask for your polling card number. These are representatives of the political parties who are noting down which people are active and making a vote.

It is up to you whether you tell these people your number or not: it is only inside the polling station you will need to display your card so they can give you your voting card and cross your name off the list of voters.

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