If you are unable to vote in person at your allotted polling station or as a postal voter, you may be eligible to apply to appoint a proxy to vote on your behalf in the House of Keys General Election on Thursday 23 September 2021.
An application form for the appointment of a proxy are available from:
- The downloadable documents section of this webpage
- The Returning Officer for your constituency
- Cabinet Office, Third Floor, Government Offices, Bucks Road, Douglas.
Please note that an application for the appointment of a proxy must be received by the Electoral Registration Officer on or before 5pm 22nd September 2021.
A person who is appointed as a proxy voter must:
- be aged 16 or over; and
- not be appointed proxy to vote on behalf of more than 2 individuals; except where the proxy is the spouse, civil partner, parent, grandparent, brother, sister, child or grandchild of those individuals. A proxy may be appointed for any number of these family members.
A proxy voter may be required to produce satisfactory photographic evidence of identity before being permitted to vote at a polling station.
Please note that when a proxy has been appointed to vote on your behalf you may still vote in person, provided you apply at the polling station for a ballot paper for the purpose of voting in person BEFORE a ballot paper has been issued to your proxy.