How to vote
Your name must be on the Electoral Register to be eligible to vote. The Register is compiled annually.
Register to vote
A Register of Electors form is delivered to every property in the Borough each year, you should complete and return this to ensure you are able to vote.
If you want to register as a voter, you should complete and return one of the application forms below.
Change of voter details
Have you moved home? Are you coming up to 18? Or are you just not on the register?
All you have to do is complete and sign the voter registration form below and return it to the Electoral Registration office.
Please use the application for either a single voter or a family.
If you need any more help, please call 0845 129 4851 or 01298 28400 and ask for extension 2133 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you send us your form, we will add you to our list of new applications. Any voter can then object to your name being added to the register. If this happens, we will write to you. We will also tell the electoral registration officer for your old address that you have moved, so that your name can be removed from that register.
There are special rules about names being added to the voters list during an election period. Because of these, you may not be able to vote at that election if you are added during this time.
If details of who lives in your house have changed, or you have recently moved, let us know by completing one of the forms below.
Postal or Proxy Votes
If you are unable to get to your polling station because of illness, holiday, work or other reasons, you may be eligible to vote by post or by proxy (see documents below). A proxy vote is when you nominate another person to vote for you.
You must contact us as soon as possible to arrange this.
Last updated: 13th March 2013