Voter Photo ID changes

Poster reads: The law has changed. Make sure you have the right photo ID to vote in: Mayor of London and London Assembly elections; General / parliamentary elections and Local / borough elections. Your voice matters, so get it heard. Greater London Authority, #NoVoteNoVoice Shout Out UK. Supported by the Greater London Authority City Hall W11 1LL

Get information on Voter Photo ID changes

This year the laws have changed around voting in UK parliamentary elections and by-elections, local elections, neighbourhood planning elections, local authority referendums and the elections for Mayor of London and the London Assembly.

The biggest change to the way we vote is the requirement to show an accepted form of Voter Photo ID to vote in person.

Visit our stall at these events

This month, we’ll have a stall at two community events, to raise awareness about the laws on Voter Photo ID.

Come and see us if you’d like us to:

·       Explain the changes

·       Identify if your current photo ID is acceptable to vote

·       Help you apply for a free Voter Authority Certificate or other forms of approved photo ID

·       Answer any questions about the changes to election law.

Find us on Friday 8 December at the Meridian Wellbeing Cafe (11am-1pm) in the Meritage Centre, Hendon or on Saturday 9 December at OneStonegrove Winter Wonder Party (11am – 3pm) at their Community Centre in Edgware.

Future sessions on Voter Photo ID

Between now and February 2024 we will be holding a number of free sessions in Barnet to help raise awareness about this new voting requirement. Sign up to our newsletter for the latest news on our upcoming sessions.

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