The Electoral Register is a list of everybody within Bassetlaw who is entitled to vote.
It is compiled from voter registration forms that are delivered to all residential addresses during an annual canvass.
How do I register?
- Fill in your name, address, date of birth and other details.
- You will need your National Insurance Number. You can find this on your National Insurance card, or official paperwork such as a payslip or letters about benefits.
- You will receive confirmation from the Council to say you are registered to vote.
Why should you register to vote?
- If your name is not on the register you will not be able to vote
- So that you can have a say in issues that affect you
- If you are not on the register you might be refused a loan, mobile phone contract or even be turned down for a bank account
The deadlines for rolling registration in 2020 are as follows:
|If we get your form by||Your details will be changed on|
|Friday, 10th January 2020||Monday, 3rd February 2020|
|Friday, 7th February 2020||Monday, 2nd March 2020|
|Tuesday, 10th March 2020||Wednesday, 1st April 2020|
|Tuesday, 7th April 2020||Friday, 1st May 2020|
|Thursday, 7th May 2020||Monday, 1st June 2020|
|Tuesday, 9th June 2020||Wednesday, 1st July 2020|
|Friday, 10th July 2020||Monday, 3rd August 2020|
|Monday, 10th August 2020||Tuesday, 1st September 2020|
Last Updated on Monday, May 24, 2021