Help for voters
Covid-19 safety measures at polling stations
Do you know where to vote?
Check our polling station finder and enter your address into the search box to find your polling station.
Need help with translations?
Help with other languages is available by calling the Electoral Services helpline.
Help for partially sighted voters
In the polling station there are large-print versions of the ballot paper/s to assist you. A magnifier is also available and tactile selector device designed specifically to assist electors when casting their vote.
Help for blind voters
Blind and partially-sighted voters can also vote in secret. The tactile device referred to above is available to fit on ballot paper and the voter simply lifts the tab where they wish to cast their vote. The polling station staff will assist any elector who wishes to use this device.
Help for wheelchair users
All polling places in Tower Hamlets are accessible for wheelchair users. Additionally, all polling stations have a low-level voting booth.
Any voter with a physical disability can take a relative or friend to help them to cast their vote. A simple form will need to be completed by the helper at the polling station before the ballot paper is issued.
Help from polling station staff
If you have any questions or require any assistance, polling staff are available on day of poll to assist voters in the voting process.