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Find your polling station in Lincoln for the 2015 general and local elections

Elections 2015: Find your polling station in Lincoln for the general and local elections on Thursday, May 7.

With just under a week until the general and local elections, The Lincolnite has compiled a list of all the polling stations in the city.

Both elections take place on Thursday, May 7, with polling stations open from 7am until 10pm.

To save any issues as the 10pm deadline approaches, people standing in queues will be issued with a wrist band which ensures their vote will still be counted.

For the parliamentary elections, 74,012 people in Lincoln are registered to vote. Some 67,557 people are registered to vote in the local election.

Altogether, 18,666 postal votes have already been registered for, and there are 219 proxy voters.

There are 62 polling stations for the general election, compared with 55 for the local election, as the parliamentary constituency takes in a slightly larger area than the city council boundary.

To find your polling station, simply type your postcode area in the search box below.

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