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If you last used your account on or before Tuesday 1 August 2023 you will need to register again
Information about who can vote in Parliamentary elections, Ward and Parish council elections, Police and Crime Commissioner elections and European parliament elections.
Who can vote at ward or parish elections and neighbourhood planning referendums?
To vote at local ward or parish elections or neighbourhood planning referendums you must:
be 18 years or over on polling day and registered to vote, and be:
You cannot vote in a local ward or parish election if you are:
Who can vote at Parliamentary (General) elections?
To vote at the General (Parliamentary) elections you must:
You cannot vote in a General (Parliamentary) election if you are:
Who can vote at Police and Crime Commissioner elections?
You can vote in the Police and Crime Commissioner elections if you have registered to vote and are one of the following:
The following cannot vote in a Police and Crime Commissioner election:
Who can vote at European Parliamentary elections?
To vote in European Parliamentary elections you must be registered to vote and be:
Please note: If you're an EU citizen, but not a British citizen then you additionally have to sign a form for the Electoral Commission stating that you will only vote in the UK and not in your country of citizenship.