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General election: Help with voting


Don’t forget your photo ID if you want to vote in this July’s general election. This article, written by Heather and read by Colin, also explains more about the options available to help visually-impaired and disabled people cast their votes.


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What you can expect at polling stations to help you vote

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  • Heather

    Heather trained as a journalist on newspapers and worked as a reporter, sub editor and editor for more than a decade. She later switched sides to work in-house for a number of high profile public sector organisations, helping them communicate effectively with the public, stakeholders and Government Ministers.

  • Colin

    Colin lives in Cambridge. He's a regular editor and contributor to a sound magazine produced for Camsight. He's also been actively involved in local theatre productions for more years than he cares to remember.

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