Register to Vote - Consider a Postal Vote


To vote in UK elections you must be on the electoral register. Don't lose your vote - make sure your details are up to date.

Voting by post is an easy and convenient way to make sure that you have your say in this year’s local and general elections.

How to Register

As a resident of the Meriden Constituency you can register to vote online here.  You must do this by 20 April, to be eligible to vote in May.

How to vote

You can vote in person at your designated polling booth as indicated on your polling card.

Vote by Post

Registering for a Postal Vote is easy and the best option if there's a chance you might not be at home on polling day; perhaps you work away from home, or can't easily get out.

The deadline for registering for a postal vote is 11 working days before polling day, so do it in plenty of time to allow your application to reach the registration office. You can apply for a postal vote using the form here or by contacting your local electoral registration office.

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How to change your name on the electoral register

If you have changed your name you should update your details on the electoral register.

You'll need proof of your change of name e.g. a marriage or civil partnership certificate, an amended birth certificate, or deed poll.

Reporting a Change of Address

If you have moved home since you last voted then you will need to re-register. You can update your address online by clicking here

Further information 

Visit:  http://www.electoralcommission.org.uk


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