There is lots of support to help people to cast their vote, including translated materials for those with English as a second language, as well as accessible materials for disabled voters.

Translated materials

The Electoral Commission has a range of guidance for voting and voter identification in a range of community languages. These include: 

Resources in accessible formats

Support to help disabled voters to cast their vote includes including accompanying adults/carers in the polling stations and aids like braille ballot paper information, pencil grips, tactile voting devices and magnifiers.

Accessible formats include:

You can also watch British Sign Language (BSL) videos from The Electoral Commission on registering to vote, voter identification, what to expect at the polling station and more.