Electoral Registration, Postal & Proxy Votes
Contact Numbers for Registration and Postal & Proxy Votes
To email the ERO use: email@example.com
Links to Local Council Websites
Applications to register to vote and change registration details can be made at any time during the year. Changes notified throughout the year will become effective from the next date in the registration timetable (see table of dates in “Getting Added to the Register” section – link below) Should an election be announced, electors would have a facility to register to vote provided that they applied online or returned a fully completed form at least twelve (12) working days before polling day.
FAQ’s -Electoral Registration and Voting
Frequently asked questions in regard to Electoral Registration and the answers to them can be viewed through the link below
The Household Forms have been posted out and should be returned as soon as possible. There are a number of ways this can be done.
Internet – Visit www.elecreg.co.uk/centralscotland-vjb
Telephone – 0808-284-1475 (Only if no changes to persons registered)
Telephone for languages other than English – 0808-284-1540 (Only if no changes to persons registered)
Text/SMS – 07786-209375 (Only if no changes to persons registered)
By completing the form and returning in the pre-paid envelope supplied.
If you have any queries regarding this you can contact our office on 01786 892289 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
A link to the Electoral Commissions “Your Vote Matters” website is provided below. This is a good source of information in regard to Electoral Registration.
Viewing the Register
The current Electoral Register can be viewed at various locations in the area. A link to a list of locations is provided below.
Electoral Registration Statistics
National Records of Scotland maintains a comprehensive set of electoral statistics for Scotland. These can be accessed by clicking the link below.
Applications to Register and to Vote by Post or Proxy
Anyone who has moved address or changed their name should check whether they are registered or not. The Register of Electors can be checked at our office or you can contact our office with details of who should be registered. To register to vote please click here. (link to www.gov.uk/register-to-vote).
Forms to Vote by Post or Proxy are available to download.(see “Downloadable Electoral Forms” link below)