Don’t forget to return postal votes for 4 May elections
Published: 24 April 2023
People who registered for a postal vote in the City Council elections are being reminded to make sure they complete the paperwork and post their vote back as soon as they are able to.
Everyone who applied for a postal vote should receive it in the next couple of days.
Voters need to fill in the necessary paperwork and send in their vote ahead of Election Day on Thursday 4 May.
Anyone who has a postal vote will not be able to vote at a polling station, even if they do not use their postal vote.
Completed postal votes can, if necessary, be handed in at your polling station on the day of the election.
For information on elections in Exeter visit the exeter.gov.uk/election23
On Thursday 4 May, residents will be voting to elect 13 City Councillors across all 13 wards in the city. This year voters will need Photo ID in order to vote.
Nominations have now closed for this year's elections. A Summary of Candidates Nominated in each of the 13 wards is now available on the Council's website: https://exeter.gov.uk/media/0x0lhbpu/summary-of-candidates-exeter-city-council-elections-4-may-2023.pdf
A total of 55 polling stations will be open from 7 am until 10 pm on 4 May. Please use our online search tool to find the location of your polling station: https://exeter.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/elections-and-voting/find-your-polling-station/