Q1: What is the date of the Election?
Q2: What are the polling hours?
Q3: How do I find out where my polling station is?
Q4: I have not received a poll card
Q5: Do I need to take my poll card to the polling station?
Q6: Do I have to vote?
Q7: Who are the candidates?
Q8: What do the candidates stand for?
Q9: How many candidates can I vote for?
Q10: When will the results be available?
Q11: Can I come to the Count?
The Police and Crime Commissioner election will take place on Thursday 7 May 2020.
7am until 10pm
Your poll card will tell you the location of your polling station or you can look on "My Spelthorne" to find your polling station.
Poll cards are sent to eligible voters and will be delivered at the end of March.
No, you will be asked to provide your name and address to the staff at the polling station but taking it with you will speed up the voting process.
No, registration is compulsory during the annual canvass but voting is not.
Once all the candidates have submitted their Nomination papers the candidates names will be shown in the polling station, on our website, at the Council Offices and on notice boards around the borough.
The Council have to remain impartial and we will not supply details. The candidates/political parties will promote themselves.
This will vary according to the type of election but will be displayed clearly on your ballot paper.
The count will take place on Monday 11 May and the results will be declared in the afternoon. The results will be published on our website as soon as we are notified by the lead Council, Reigate and Banstead.
Only those persons officially appointed are able to attend.