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The Police and Crime Commissioner Elections Order 2012

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Form of postal voting statement: poll taken alone or combined with mayoral election only
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30.—(1) This paragraph specifies the form of the postal voting statement which is to be used for the purposes of rule 25 of the PCC elections rules.

(2) Form 2 or a form to like effect is to be used at a PCC election taken alone.

(3) Form 3 or a form to like effect is to be used where—

(a)the proceedings at a PCC election and a mayoral election are taken together and are not taken together with proceedings at any other election or referendum, and

(b)the proceedings on the issue and receipt of postal ballot papers at both elections are taken together.

(4) In any other case where—

(a)the proceedings at a PCC election and another election or referendum are taken together, and

(b)the proceedings on the issue and receipt of postal ballot papers at both elections are taken together,

the form of the postal voting statement which is to be used is the form of that statement which is required to be used at that other election or referendum.

(5) Form 4 or a form to like effect is to be used where—

(a)the proceedings at a PCC election and another election or referendum are taken together, but

(b)the proceedings the proceedings on the issue and receipt of postal ballot papers are not taken together.

(6) In this paragraph—

(a)references to a numbered form are to the form of that number which is set out in Part 4 of this Schedule;

(b)“mayoral election” means—

(i)an election in England for the return of an elected mayor as defined by section 9H(1) of the Local Government Act 2000(1), or

(ii)an election in Wales for the return of an elected mayor as defined by section 39(1) of the Local Government Act 2000.

(1)

Section 9H was inserted by section 21 of, and Schedule 2 to, the Localism Act 2011 (c.20).

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