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The next General Election (UK Parliamentary) will take place on Thursday, 4 July 2024. 

Voters in Mid Devon should be aware that UK Parliamentary Constituencies have changed since the last General Election. As a result some residents will be voting in a different constituency to previously.

The three new constituencies which cover the Mid Devon area are Central Devon, Tiverton and Minehead, and Honiton and Sidmouth.

Residents who live in Mid Devon should:

  • Register to vote through or contact Mid Devon District Council
  • Apply for a postal or proxy vote at or contact Mid Devon District Council
  • Be aware the name and the boundary location of their constituency may have changed
  • Follow the instructions on any postal vote their have requested carefully, to ensure it is returned to the correct address, as this may not be in Mid Devon

You can view a map of the new constituencies and polling stations

You can also use the look up facility to check where your polling station is.

Below is a timetable for voters for the Central Devon constituency (Crediton area):

Note: Voters in the Tiverton and Minehead constituency should visit for timetable information.

Voters in the Honiton and Sidmouth constituency should visit for timetable information.

Event Date
Initial batch of polls cards Sent out on 3 June, so will arrive from 4 June
Deadline for receiving applications for registration - register to vote online. Tuesday 18 June
Deadline for receiving new postal vote and postal proxy applications, and for changes to existing postal or proxy votes - apply for a postal vote online.

Wednesday 19 June (5pm)

To be included in the first postal vote batch (sent out on 19 June / delivered from 20 June) voters must apply by 30 May.

Any applications after this date, and before the deadline, will be included in the final batch (sent out on 22 June / delivered from 24 June).

Late batch of polls cards (registrations after 28 May, but before the deadline) Sent out around 21 June, so will arrive from 22 June
Deadline for receiving new applications to vote by proxy (not postal proxy or emergency proxies) - apply for a proxy vote online. Wednesday 26 June (5pm)
Deadline for receiving applications for Voter Authority Certificates Wednesday 26 June (5pm)
First date that electors can apply for a replacement for lost postal votes Friday 28 June
Polling day Thursday 4 July (7am to 10pm)

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