You don’t need your poll card to vote. You must vote at your assigned polling station. If you are registered to vote but don’t have your poll card, you can go to the polling station and give them your name and address. You don’t need any form of ID to vote in the Crookes & Crosspool ward Where Do I Vote?
Election Day is Thursday 6th May. Polling Hours 7:00 to 22:00
On Thursday this week everyone registered to vote will have at least three votes.
Local Elections Vote to elect your local councillor, who will represent your views for the ward area where you live.
Governance Referendum Vote about how you want Sheffield City Council to be run and how decisions are made about local services in the future.
Police and Crime Commissioner Vote to elect the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner.
To help keep everyone safe – remember hands, face, and space. Take your own pen or pencil to vote. To help with social distancing in polling stations you may have to queue outside. Remember to keep a safe space apart and dress for the weather.
Details about where you should vote will be on your poll card. You don’t need to take your poll card, but this may make your visit quicker. Polling staff won’t touch your card and you’ll need to take it back home with you.
Pen or pencil
If you have Covid-19 symptoms, have had a positive test, or are self-isolating, you must stay at home and must not go to a polling station. You can still vote by applying for an emergency proxy.