Make sure you’ve registered to be able to vote in the June 8 General Election
Have you made sure that you’ll be able to vote in the upcoming General Election? If you’ve not had your polling card yet there’s a chance that you’re not registered to vote.
Polling cards are sent to all residents who HAVE registered to vote. If you’ve not received one by now, it could mean you’re not on the electoral roll.
You need to be registered if you want to vote at the General Election on 8 June. Paying council tax does not automatically add you to the electoral register.
The deadline to register is 22 May. It only takes a few minutes to register online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote or you could register directly with your local district council at: