For People with Down's Syndrome : Voting

 

man holding form and support worker helping himInformation for carers about getting support to vote at a polling station.

Voting  
person putting ballot paper in ballot box

Do you want to vote?

It’s important to have your say.

Voting can help you have your say.

Why not try to vote?

 paper with title register of voters

You have to register to vote.

You have to be over 18 to register to vote.

There is a form you must fill in.

You can register to vote online or by post

 easy read leaflet

There is Easy Read information to help you.

United Response has a website to help you.

The website is called Every Vote Counts.

The Electoral Commission has a guide about voting.

You can ask someone you know to help you.

You can learn about voting.

You can register to vote.   You can vote.

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