Elections & Voting

All elections and referendums are administered by Electoral Services, along with the compilation of the electoral register.

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Upcoming Elections

Find out all the information you need to know about the upcoming elections in the Broxtowe Borough.


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How to Register to Vote

Find out about registering to vote and how to make sure your name continues to appear on the electoral register.  If your name is not on the electoral register, you will not be able to vote, even if you are registered with Council Tax.

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Electoral Register

Find information about the differences between the full electoral register and the open electoral register and how to opt out of appearing on the open version.

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Find out more about the annual Household Registration Canvass and what you need to do to update or confirm your details.

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Wheare Elections held?

Broxtowe Borough Council administers different types of local and national elections and referendums.  Find more information about the elections we hold and when they take place.

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How and Where to Vote

There are different options available to enable you to place your vote.  Find out more about voting at your local polling station, by post or by proxy.

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Election Results

View the full results for the Broxtowe area of recent local government and national elections/referendums.

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Elections and Canvass Work

Find out more about getting involved with elections and canvassing roles that may occur throughout the year.

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Elections Frequently Asked Questions

View answers to frequently asked questions about elections, voting and registering to vote.



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Find out more information about electoral registration and voting  for voters with disabilities.

Electoral Services
tel: 0115 917 3294