Following the resignation of Joe Miller, an election will be held on Thursday 5 May 2022 to fill the vacancy of councillor in the Rottingdean Coastal ward of Brighton & Hove City Council.
To vote in the Rottingdean Coastal ward by-election in May you have to be registered to vote in the ward and:
- be a British, Commonwealth or EU citizen
- 18 years or over on polling day
- not be legally excluded from voting
If you live in the ward but are not registered to vote or have recently changed address, name or nationally, you must register by 11:59pm on 14 April to be able to vote.
If you live in the ward and are registered to vote, then you should have received a poll card in the post. This will tell you where your polling station is or when your postal voting pack is due to be dispatched.
If you know that you will be unable to get to your polling station on 5 May to vote in the Rottingdean Coastal ward by-election, you can apply for a postal or proxy vote.
The last day for us to receive your postal vote application, or for you to change from a postal vote to a proxy vote, is Tuesday 19 April at 5pm. The last day for us to receive your proxy vote application is Tuesday 26 April at 5pm.
You can scan completed application forms and email them to email@example.com.
Or you can post your form to Electoral Services, Hove Town Hall, Norton Road Hove, BN3 3BQ.