Last Chance To Register To Vote In The General Election

Last Chance To Register To Vote In The General Election

09/05/2017 Broxtowe residents have just two weeks left to register to vote so they can have their say in the Parliamentary Election which will take place on Thursday 8th June.

Anyone who is eligible to vote has until Monday 22nd May to register. Registering is simple to complete in just a few minutes online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote or check if you are on the register or not at www.broxtowe.gov.uk/registrationcheck

If you are eligible to vote in the election and are already registered, there’s no need to register again.

Anyone wishing to apply for a postal vote is asked to do so as soon as possible before the deadline. The deadline for postal votes is 5pm on Tuesday 23rd May.

Depending on when applications are received, postal ballot papers are expected to be posted on the follow dates:

Applications received by Postal Vote Dispatch Date

Current permanent applications

On or around Tuesday 23 May 2017

New applications received by 10 May 2017

On or around Tuesday 23 May 2017 

New applications received after 10 May 2017 and before the postal vote application deadline at 5:00pm on Tuesday 23 May 2017

On or around Tuesday 30 May 2017 

 

Being on the electoral register is important not only to enable people to vote, but also when applying for things like a credit card or a mortgage as this can help validate information you provide.

For more information, please contact the details provided below. 


Contact

Electoral Services
tel: 0115 917 3276