These elections are scheduled to take place in the UK on Thursday 23 May 2019. See here for the Notice of Election. The elections will take place for all EU member countries between 23 - 26 May. All the election counts will take place on Sunday 26 May.
Who is eligible to vote?
You must already be on the electoral register and be one of the following:
EU Citizen Living in the UK
If you're a citizen of an EU country (other than UK, Republic of Ireland, Malta and Cyprus) then you can either vote in the UK or in your home country. You cannot vote twice. To vote in the UK you need to:
To view the candidates standing for the South East region, click here.
Postal or Proxy Voting
Application forms to vote by post or by proxy can be found here. Please note the deadlines these applications need to reach us by (see below).
The timetable is as follows:
Receipt of Nominations
Withdrawal of Candidate
Appointment of Election Agents
4pm Thursday 25 April
Publication of Statement of Persons Nominated
Publication of Notice of Poll
Publication of Notice of Election Agents
Thursday 25 April
|Register to Vote Deadline||Tuesday 7 May|
|Receipt of UC1 Form (EU Electors)||Tuesday 7 May|
|Last day for receipt of postal vote applications||5pm Wednesday 8 May|
|Last day for receipt of new proxy applications||5pm Wednesday 15 May|
|Appointment of Poll & Count Agents||Thursday 16 May|
|First Day to Issue Replacement Lost Postal Ballot Papers||Friday 17 May|
|Day of Poll||7am - 10pm Thursday 23 May|
|Receipt of emergency proxy applications||5pm Thursday 23 May|
|Verification & Count of Votes||Sunday 26 May|
|Declaration of Candidates Expenses||Sunday 20 June|