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Answers to frequently asked questions regarding voting and elections
In order to vote your name must be entered on the Register of Electors for the local area in which you live. Check if you are on the register.
The use of election posters is governed by litter, electoral, road safety and planning laws which restrict placement and the time at which election posters may be displayed.
Access to a wide range of information leaflets relating to voting.
If you are registered to vote, a polling card should be posted to you approximately 2 weeks before Polling Day and tells you when and where to vote. What to do if you didn't receive or have lost your polling card.
In order to register to vote follow the steps below:
When you register to vote you are asked if you wish to opt out of the edited register. The edited version of the register is made available for sale.
How to correct or amend your details on the register of electors i.e. change of address, name or citizenship.
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