Am I registered?
The registration system changed in June 2014. Previously, the Head of the Household was responsible for registering everyone who lived at an address. Now every individual is responsible for their own voter registration. Most people who were registered to vote before June 2014 have been registered automatically under the new system. Some people could not be transferred automatically to the new register. To find out if you are on the electoral register call (01926) 456105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How to register
- Register to vote online - you’ll need your date of birth and national insurance number.
- Register over the telephone by contacting us on (01926) 456105
- Call in to the main council offices.
- Download a paper application form. Return it to Electoral Registration Officer, Warwick District Council, Riverside House, Milverton Hill, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire CV32 5HZ.
To find out more visit Gov.uk: Voting in the UK
General election - 8th June 2017
The deadline to vote in the general election was midnight on Monday 22nd May. If you voted in the general election in 2015 or the referendum in 2016 and have not moved house since and have received your poll card for the Warwickshire County Council elections to be held on 4th May, you are already registered to vote. If you are not registered you can still register for future elections.
Change of address
If you have moved house you need to re-register to your new address using one of the options above.