Every adult permanent resident will have the chance to cast a vote for chief executive this Friday, in an attempt to influence the 1,193 people who will choose the city's next leader.
Almost half a million voters came up against the same problem yesterday - the polling station had moved.
Polling Day: Sunday, September 7
Polling Hours: 7.30am to 10.30pm
How to exercise your right to vote on polling day
1 Eligibility to vote
Disabled activists staged a protest yesterday to call for all polling stations to be made accessible to the disabled. They said the lack of access had put disabled people off voting.
The Equal Opportunities Commission is looking into complaints from wheelchair users that they have not been able to vote at elections because polling stations are inaccessible.
7.30am -10.30pm polling hours
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