Voting if you have a disability
We offer a range of support to disabled voters, including voters with a learning disability. Most of our polling stations:
- are wheelchair accessible and we provide ramps where needed
- have a polling booth adapted for wheelchair users
- have large print versions of ballot papers, along with aids to enable blind voters to mark their ballot papers without help.
If you are a disabled voter and need support to complete a ballot paper, you can take either a:
They do not have to be eligible to vote and will not need to bring their photo ID. However, they will need to be over 18 years old.
The presiding officer at the polling station can also help you fill in your ballot paper.
If you don't want to go to the polling station to vote, you can:
Guides for voters with a learning disability
You can view easy read guides about:
Guides for voters who are partially sighted, blind or deaf
You can download the following guide from the Electoral Commission about voting if you are blind or partially sighted.
You can also view British Sign Language (BSL) videos about: