Are you registered to vote?

Published Tuesday, 29 January 2019

Voters in Waverley will be going to the polls on 2 May 2019 to elect all 57 Borough Councillors.

Councillors make decisions about local issues including planning, waste collections, parks and housing. Town and parish council elections will be held at the same time.

If you are not registered, you won’t be able to vote. Registering is quick and easy. You can do it online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote (you will need to have your national insurance number).

You will also need to register if you have moved recently. Sixteen and 17 year-olds can register, ready to vote when they turn 18.

  • The last date for registering to vote for the 2 May elections is 12 April
  • The last date for receipt of postal vote applications for the 2 May elections is 15 April
  • The last date for receipt of proxy votes for the 2 May elections is 24 April

You can download an application form to vote by post or by proxy at: www.waverley.gov.uk/elections

To contact the elections team please email electoral.services@waverley.gov.uk or call 01483 523116.

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