Residents Reminded to Register to Vote in General Election

New voters must register by midnight on November 26

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British Citizens, along with citizens of qualifying Commonwealth countries, the Republic of Ireland and British Overseas territories are all eligible to vote on December 12th.

Those people who know they are not registered can apply to join the register by visiting

Residents are reminded that if they have recently added their name to a Household Enquiry Form, but not made an individual application including their National Insurance number and date of birth (either on the website or by paper form), that they need to do this in order to be included on the electoral register.

Students are entitled to register at both their home and term-time address, although they can only cast their vote in one of them.

You can also register to vote without a permanent address, whether homeless, in-patient, remanded in custody or for other reasons. See further details.

Those who are registered and would like a postal vote can download a form from

Registering only takes five minutes with your National Insurance number and date of birth. Register to vote now.

November 8, 2019

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