Voting as a student

In this General Election, with a Labour landslide predicted, it is more important than ever that we preserve a strong independent voice in parliament. To help get Sian elected, we need you to vote in Brighton to make sure this happens!

The way this works

Students are allowed to register to vote at more than one address.

This is because many students move between their term time address and their home throughout the year, so it’s important to be registered at both!

With the General Election taking place on 4th July, it’s likely that many will be living at their home address rather than their term-time address.

You can choose to vote from Brighton or from your home address. If you aren’t in Brighton during the election, you also have the option to vote here by having your Brighton postal ballot sent to your home address!

Your vote makes a difference, so please vote for Sian Berry in Brighton to keep our strong, independent and green voice in parliament.

The most important step is making sure that you are registered to vote. You can do that here on the UK Government’s website: You can also find information about registering using a paper form on this website.

The deadline to register to vote in the General Election is midnight on Tuesday 18th June 2024.

The deadline for applying for a postal vote is 5pm on Wednesday, the 19th of June.

Here is some really useful further information. 2024 General Election – FAQs for Students – NUS UK

If you need any assistance filling in the form – and forms can be really annoying – or any questions about applying for a postal vote, The Electoral Services team at Brighton and Hove City Council can be contacted at: [email protected]. More information can be found here.

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