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You can only register yourself to vote. You can’t register a family member, even if they live in the same property.

You can check (for free) if you're already on the electoral register by:

How to register to vote

To register online you must visit GOV.UK. 

You’ll be asked for your National Insurance number (but you can still register if you do not have one).

If you are not already registered to vote, you must register by Tuesday 18 June to be eligible to vote in the UK parliamentary general election.

If you can’t register online, you can register by either:

After you've registered

You’ll get a letter from us confirming that you’re registered, or asking you for more information.

Changes to your registration

Let us know about any changes for example if you move home or change your name. So we can make sure your details are correct on the electoral register.

Monthly updates and statutory dates for applications for registration

You can apply to be included in the register of electors at any time. If your application is successful, you'll be added at the next monthly update.

If we get your application by: Your details will be changed on:
Monday 11 December 2023 Tuesday 2 January 2024
Wednesday 10 January 2024 Thursday 1 February 2024
Thursday 8 February 2024 Friday 1 March 2024
Monday 11 March 2024 Tuesday 2 April 2024
Tuesday 9 April 2024 Wednesday 1 May 2024
Friday 10 May 2024 Monday 3 June 2024
Friday 7 June 2024 Monday 1 July 2024
Wednesday 10 July 2024 Thursday 1 August 2024
Friday 9 August 2024 Monday 2 September 2024
Monday 9 September 2024 Tuesday 1 October 2024
Thursday 10 October 2024 Friday 1 November 2024


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