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Local authorities have a legal requirement to conduct an annual ‘canvass’ in order to prepare and publish a revised Register of Electors by 1 February 2021. From July, every household will receive some form of Canvass Communication to find out if the details on the electoral register are correct. Your household may be contacted in different ways,…

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Who is the Data Controller? Tracy Manning, Electoral Registration Officer and Returning Officer (including Acting, Deputy, Local)  
What information do we collect from you? We keep records about potential and actual electors, voters, citizens, candidates and their agents, staff employed at an election or by the ERO and the people we need to…

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What are the full and edited registers?

The full register lists the name and address of everyone who is registered to vote. It is used for law enforcement and by credit reference agencies, but only to check your name and address if you are applying for credit and other purposes specified in the law. The edited register…

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You need to be on the electoral register in order to vote at elections and referendums. Being on the electoral register can also improve your credit score. You will need the following
  •   your National Insurance number
  •   your passport if you’re a British citizen living abroad
The process should take around 5 minute to complete. Once…

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