A snap General Election has been called and will be held on Thursday 12 December 2019.
The information on this page refers to the General Election in that part of the Havant Borough Constituency that is within the Havant Borough area.
The information is also applicable to the remainder of that constituency Meon Valley which is within Winchester, with the exception of postal vote dates.
- Notice of election - Havant Borough (pdf 14 kb)
- Statement of persons nominated, notice of poll and situation of polling stations - Havant Borough (pdf 48 kb)
- Notice of election agents' names and offices - Havant Borough (pdf 14 kb)
- Notice of election - Meon Valley (pdf 59 kb)
- Statement of persons nominated, notice of poll and situation of polling stations - Meon Valley (pdf 55 kb)
Because this General Election was called at short notice, some of our normal service delivery standards will not be possible. We will always comply with the minimum legislative standards.
Electoral information and dates
Where is my polling station going to be? - we hope to have polling station bookings confirmed by 6 November. Polling stations may be different to normal.
When will poll cards be issued? - they will be sent around the 19 November 2019, some polling stations may change between poll cards being sent.
Last day to register to vote - midnight on 26 November 2019.
Last day to apply for a postal vote, or change your absent voting arrangements - 5pm on 26 November 2019.
Receipt of proxy applications - 5pm on 4 December 2019.
Polling day - 7am until 10pm on 12 December 2019
Postal vote issue dates
If you are travelling or living overseas, please make sure that you will have sufficient time to receive, complete and return the postal pack before the close of the poll.
A proxy vote may be more appropriate for electors living or travelling overseas.
I am Citizen of an EU member state other than the UK, IE, MT or CY, can I vote?
No you will not be able to vote at this election.
I am 16 or 17 on polling day, will I be able to vote?
No you will not be able to vote unless you are 18 on or before polling day.
How do I vote?
In the UK, there are three different ways you can vote.
How you vote is up to you. It may depend on what you find easiest or the most convenient method.
Most people vote in person at a polling station. However, if you are not able to go to the polling station in person on election day, you can apply to vote by post or by proxy (someone voting on your behalf).