If you have applied for a postal vote, your postal voting papers (a.k.a postal ballot papers) could arrive any time now. This is about the voting pack which includes the actual GENERAL ELECTION ballot paper on which to mark your 'X'. I am not talking about the acknowledgement you should have received if you recently applied for a postal vote. The key thing when they arrive is to deal with your voting papers and send your vote off without delay. Please take a moment to read the included instructions, and follow them with care. Apparently the most common mistakes, which will invalidate the vote, are (1) writing today's date in the place on the declaration form where you are supposed to write your date of birth and (2) signing the declaration form with a signature which is different from the signature you used when applying. Would you please use the poll to say when your postal voting papers have reached you. This will help to increase awareness, and encourage others to watch out for theirs and deal with them promptly. I've included Afghanistan in the poll, although I am not expecting many replies from there for obvious reasons. Any problems/questions about postal voting can be raised in the thread.