Are you registered to vote?
Register to vote before April 20 in order to vote in the district, parish and general elections on May 7.
Up to now, the head of a household has been responsible for registering everyone who lives there. Now people in England and Wales are to register as individuals instead, using a new system called 'Individual Electoral Registration'.
Most people who are already registered to vote are being moved onto the new system automatically. So you may not need to do anything.
Look out for a letter from us. The letter will tell you whether you've been moved automatically, or whether you need to register on the new system. You can register online in less than 5 minutes.
Please visit our FAQs area for all the information you might need on Individual Electoral Registration.
Not already registered to vote?
If you are unable to register on-line you can request a form from our Elections Team on 01476 40 60 80 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively you can visit our offices to complete a form in person.
Am I on the Electoral Register?
To find out if you are already on the Electoral Register, please contact us giving your name and address, and we will contact you to inform you whether you are currently on the Electoral Register.
To find out more about the Register of Electors, and who has access to it, please see our page Register of Electors.
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