Published Tuesday 24th April 2012
Postal ballot papers for the forthcoming council elections in Ipswich on Thursday 3rd May were despatched on 23rd April. Registered postal voters can expect to receive their postal packs from today.
Completed postal votes can be returned by post or hand-delivered to Grafton House, 15-17 Russell Road, Ipswich. On polling day itself postal votes can be handed in to any polling station within that ward during the hours of poll - 7am to 10pm. Postal votes must be received by 10pm on Thursday 3rd May to be counted.
If you haven't received your postal ballot papers by Friday 27th April, contact the elections helpline on 01473 432533 or email email@example.com.
If you spoil your postal vote and require a replacement please contact the elections helpline at Ipswich Borough Council on 01473 432533 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seventeen seats on Ipswich Borough Council are being contested on 3rd May - one in each of the 16 wards and a by-election in Bixley Ward. There is also a Suffolk County Council by-election in Bixley Division.