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Voting at uni in the referendum/elections on May 5th watch

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    Hi just a quick question...

    I am registered to vote at my term-time address at uni (as in, last year at the general election I voted at my uni address not my home address)...does this mean I will be able to vote in local elections, and more importantly the referendum, at my uni address?

    Just thought I'd check before it's too late!
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    Assuming it's the same address as last year, yes you will be able to vote in the local (to your uni) elections, and in the AV referendum.

    By the way, you can be registered to vote both at your home address and your uni address. If you're at uni during the elections, you can vote by post or proxy for the local-to-your-home elections. The deadline for applying by post has already past for this year but you can still apply to vote by proxy--the deadline for complete applications is Thursday 21st April. Please note, you can vote in the local elections for both your home and uni addresses but you can only vote in the AV referendum once.

    Hope that helps cjv91
 
 
 
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