Polling stations in Liverpool for General Election 2024

The Polling Station at Toxteth Library on Windsor Street.
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As Liverpool joins the rest of the country in preparing to go to the polls on Thursday, schools, leisure centres and libraries are getting ready to play their part.

Hundreds of venues across the city’s five constituencies are expecting to welcome thousands of voters later this week as they have their say on the future of the country. Polling stations open from 7am to 10pm in Liverpool Walton, Liverpool Riverside, Liverpool West Derby, Liverpool Wavertree and Liverpool Garston.

All five seats are traditional Labour strongholds and the party will be expecting to maintain a tight grip as it hopes to begin its march on Downing Street and turf Rishi Sunak and the Conservatives out of government.

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Owing to changes set out by the Boundary Commission, each of Liverpool’s constituencies looks slightly different for this election, with electoral wards moving across newly drawn boundaries. In the case of Liverpool Walton, the seat now extends into the Sefton borough of Aintree, while Liverpool West Derby picked up two areas in Huyton, Knowsley.

For the first time, voters will require photo ID to cast their ballot in a general election. The accepted forms of identification can be found on the Electoral Commission website.

Details of where to find your polling station can be found on your polling card - which has been issued to all eligible voters by post. You do not need to take your polling card to vote.

If you are unsure of where your polling station is, more information can be found at wheredoivote.co.uk

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