The Electoral Register


The Electoral Register

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The Electoral Register

The Electoral Register is a list of everyone who is registered to vote in public elections and referendums.  The Register is used for electoral purposes and for other limited purposes specified in law, such as detecting crime, calling people for jury service and checking your credit rating.


The Open Register

The Open Register is an 'extract' of the Electoral Register, but it is not used for elections.  It can be bought by any person, company or organisation. 

Your name and address will be included on the Open Register unless you ask for them to be removed.  Removing your details from the Open Register does not affect your right to vote.

You can Opt out (or opt back in) of the Open Register (also known as the Edited Register) by using the form below.

You cannot use this form to register to vote or to tell us that you have moved house.

Want to know more: please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

iCM Form
  1. Edited Register
  2. About you - contact details
    1. Currently Selected Address
    2. Address lookup
    3. Can't find your address? Tick box to manually enter it.

  3. Declaration
    1. By sending this form you are agreeing to this declaration: I am the person described on this form, and all my details are correct. I understand that it is an offence to use this form on behalf of someone else.
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