Although it’s too late now to apply for a postal voter, you can still register for a ‘proxy vote’. This means you can ask someone you trust to vote on your behalf for the candidate you wish to vote for.
To ensure you are eligible for a ‘proxy vote’ in the first Police and Crime Commissioner election, contact the electoral services office on 01273 291999
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You need to return the completed and signed form to your local electoral registration office before 5pm on November 7, 2012.
The Police and Crime Commissioner elections take place on November 15, 2012.
• The candidates are:
• Tony Armstrong – UKIP
• Katy Elizabeth Bourne – The Conservative Party Candidate
• Ian Chisnall – Independent
• Godfrey Daniel – Labour Party Candidate
• David Rogers – Liberal Democrat
The Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner will replace the Sussex Police Authority. This individual will be responsible for overseeing the Chief Constable, and holding the police force to account.