OH and I have been members of a political party since we were in our 20s. Both of us have donated to, campaigned and voted for that party ever since. Our Constituency is now choosing a candidate to represent the party in the forthcoming (or not?) General Election and all party members have received voting papers to select our choice from the 4 candidates who are seeking to be chosen to fight for the local seat. I have already voted on-line and can vote on OH's behalf in the same way. I know exactly how he would vote as my 1st choice candidate is a personal friend, all round good egg, and lives locally. However OH would not recognise him if they met now - he sometimes has no clue who I am!! So there is the moral dilemma - I have always done the on-line voting for OH under his supervision as he was never computer savvy. Do I have the right as his POA to vote on his behalf in this internal party contest and later in a local or general election? Does a person with advanced Dementia, who is deemed to have lost capacity, retain the right to vote?