The right to vote independently, and in secret, is a cornerstone of our democracy. Yet blind and partially sighted voters continue to face unacceptable barriers to exercising their democratic right to vote in secret.
Following last year's local and devolved elections and EU referendum, we found that 50 percent of voters with sight loss didn't feel able to vote in secret. This isn't good enough. With this year's General Election now right around the corner, we need your support to make this election the most accessible yet.
We've been campaigning to make the General Election 2017 the most accessible yet! If you are blind or partially sighted we'd like to hear about your experience when voting in the General Election to inform decision makers and make voting accessible for everyone.
Whether voting at a polling station or by post, please let us know if you were able to cast your vote independently and in secret, or if you faced any problems with the accessibility provisions.
Find out what we're doing on our accessible information campaign. We campaign to ensure that people with sight loss receive information in a format they can read from their service providers and public authorities.Check out the latest accessible information campaign news