Nominate someone else to vote on your behalf

The proxy vote application deadline for new applications will be 5pm on the 4 December. Anyone who is registered can apply for a proxy vote. Proxy voting means that if you aren't able to cast your vote in person, you can have someone you trust cast your vote for you.

When you apply for a proxy vote you must provide a reason. The person you wish to appoint as your proxy can only act as proxy if they are 18 or over and they are (or will be) registered for that election or referendum.

A person cannot be a proxy for more than two people at any one election or referendum, unless they are a close relative.

If your proxy cannot make it to your polling station to vote, they may apply for a postal proxy vote. The deadline for postal proxy applications is 5pm on 26 November. Please call 01263 516046 to request a postal proxy application form.

Proxy vote applications may be emailed to elections@north-norfolk.gov.uk

How to apply for a proxy vote

  1. You must be registered to vote or have already made an application.
  2. The person you nominate to vote on your behalf must also be registered to vote.
  3. Please complete this form or call 01263 516046 to request a copy. This form can also be picked up from the Council offices in Cromer and Fakenham.

    Please email completed form to elections@north-norfolk.gov.uk or post to:

    Electoral Services
    North Norfolk District Council
    Holt Road
    Cromer
    NR27 9EN

Further advice and guidance

The Electoral Commission website has further information on voting by proxy at an election or referendum.