Voting Passport

Written by DimensionsDate 11 Apr 2018

Polling stations should have disabled access, and staff should help make reasonable adjustments so people with disabilities can vote.

You may have to talk to polling station staff about what support you would like.

It’s important to remember that everybody with a learning disability has the right to vote and so long as they can communicate who they wish to vote for, somebody can complete the ballot paper on their behalf. Dimensions's Voting Passport is useful if you decide to vote in person.