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Fill in the Voter Registration form to make sure you are eligible to vote in forthcoming elections and return to Electoral Services at the address below.

 

Electoral Services are responsible for the compilation of the Register of Electors each year and for the organisation and conduct of all elections taking place within the District which are District Council, Parliamentary, European and Parish Elections.

 

The register of Electors is only available to view at the Council Offices by appointment.  To make an appointment or for further information contact Electoral Services on 01909 533464  or e-mail elections@bassetlaw.gov.uk 

 

The main duties of Electoral Services are:-

 

 

For further information, please contact Electoral Services, Queen's Buildings, Potter Street, Worksop, S80 2AH. Tel 01909 533464 or email elections@bassetlaw.gov.uk

Electoral Commission

The Electoral Commission is an independent body that was set up by the UK Parliament.

 

Its mission is to foster public confidence and participation in the democratic process, by promoting integrity, involvement and effectiveness.

 

The Electoral Commission's responsibilities include registering and regulating political parties, reviewing electoral law and procedures, promoting public awareness of our electoral systems and advising those involved on the conduct of elections and referendums.

 

For more information visit the Electoral Commission website.



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