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How accessible was your voting experience?

Damon Rose Damon Rose | 14:12 UK time, Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Disability charity Scope are asking you to fill in a survey about the accessibility of your local polling station in their Polls Apart campaign.

After you've voted tomorrow, hot tail it to the online survey and fill it in. If you did a postal vote, check out this page.

Doing it online isn't the only way. If you visit the Polls Apart website you'll find out more details on how you can download a form and send it freepost as well as lots more info about how you can get involved with the campaign or make your local voting process more accessible.

Finally, if you 'do' phones, you can call the campaign hotline on 020 7619 7370 on election day and tell them direct.

• Talk about your voting experience on Twitter by using their hash tag: #PollsApart



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