Register to vote
In order to vote in any election you need to be on the electoral register.
If you're unable to register online you can call us on 0115 901 3917 or visit us at the Civic Centre.
Am I eligible to vote?
You're eligible to vote if:
- You're 18 or over, or turn 18 during the registration period
- You're a citizen of Britain, the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland
- You're a citizen of the European Union (only eligible to vote at Local Elections)
- You're living at an an address in Gedling borough for at least six months of the year
How can I vote?
In the UK there are three different ways you can vote:
If you're registered to vote you can choose to vote by post. You can do it for a particular election or for every election until you decide not to.
To register you'll need to print off the application form, available from the Electoral Commission website, and return it to us either in the post or by scanning the form and emailing it to firstname.lastname@example.org