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|2019-11-08||Publication of notice of election|
|2019-11-14||4pm||Deadline for the notification of appointment of election agents, delivery of nomination papers and withdrawal of nomination|
|2019-11-14||5pm||Publication of statement of persons nominated, including notice of poll and situation of polling stations|
|2019-11-26||Deadline for receiving new applications for registration|
|2019-11-26||5pm||Deadline for receiving new postal vote applications, and for changes to existing postal or proxy votes|
|2019-12-04||5pm||Deadline for receiving new applications to vote by proxy (not postal proxy or emergency proxy)|
|2019-05-15||After 5pm||First date that electors can apply for an emergency proxy|
|2019-12-06||First date that electors can apply for a replacement or lost postal vote|
|2019-12-12||Before 5pm||Deadline for applications for emergency proxy votes|
|2019-12-12||7.00am to 10.00pm||Polling day|
|2019-12-12||After 10pm||Declaration of Results|
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