How Do I View the Electoral Register?

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To ensure that you are on the electrol register or to check for some details on the register you should contact your local electoral registration office (generally, your local council office in England and Wales, the Valuation Joint Board in Scotland and EONI in Northern Ireland).
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The electoral register is available for public inspection under supervision at the Customer Services Centre, The Town Hall, Hornton Street, W8 7NX between the hours of 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.
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1. Call the voter registration office that maintains voter registration records in your district to learn about their rules for viewing the electoral register. Check the phone number
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1 First off go to: https://www.aboutmyvote.co.uk/register_to_vote/electoral_registration_applica.aspx where you will find a short and simple form that will take 2 minutes to complete
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list of all citizen who are qualified to vote in federal election and referendum.
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The local electoral register is available for public inspection at Surrey Heath House, in Camberley.
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