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Discover more about Stroud woman’s fight for equal voting rights at big celebration

The story of a remarkable woman who played a key role in securing equal voting rights for women will be told at a big celebration for National Democracy Week.

Location: /news-archive/discover-more-about-stroud-woman-s-fight-for-equal-voting-rights-at-big-celebration

Postal proxy voting

Voting by postal proxy is where you nominate a proxy to vote on your behalf.

Location: /council-and-democracy/elections/register-to-vote/postal-proxy-voting

Voting by proxy

Voting by postal proxy is where you nominate a proxy to vote on your behalf.

Location: /council-and-democracy/elections/how-do-i-vote/voting-by-proxy

Postal voting

Apply for a postal vote if you can't get to your polling station on the day of an election.

Location: /council-and-democracy/elections/register-to-vote/postal-voting

Proxy voting

Apply for a proxy vote if you can't get to your polling station on the day of an election.

Location: /council-and-democracy/elections/register-to-vote/proxy-voting

Have you received your voting guide?

With the EU referendum fast approaching, Stroud District Council is urging residents to register to vote by the 7 June deadline, and to check the Electoral Commission’s voting guide which was delivered to all households in the UK last week, for…

Location: /news-archive/have-you-received-your-voting-guide

How do I vote?

Here you can find out more about the different ways of voting.

Location: /council-and-democracy/elections/how-do-i-vote

Big response to National Democracy Week garden party celebration of equal votes for women and men

Almost 500 people helped mark the start of National Democracy Week at Stroud District Council’s garden party celebration of the 90th anniversary of equal voting rights for men and women.

Location: /news-archive/big-response-to-national-democracy-week-garden-party-celebration-of-equal-votes-for-women-and-men

Register to vote

You must be included on the Electoral Register by law. If you are not on the register, you cannot vote. Being registered for Council Tax and/or benefits does not mean that you will automatically appear on the Register of Electors.

Location: /council-and-democracy/elections/register-to-vote

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