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HitShappens Wed 22-Jun-16 23:06:17

Just a quick question im shitting myself incase ive messed up!

Am i right in thinking if im registered to vote i can vote tomorrow? Im starting to panic now that i'm not registered but i am on the electoral roll.


Titsywoo Wed 22-Jun-16 23:08:09

Did you not get a voting card?

WatchMeSoar Wed 22-Jun-16 23:10:29

Did you vote in the general election? If so , according to the government website, you will be registered to vote.

SchnitzelVonKrumm Wed 22-Jun-16 23:10:36

I think you as long you're on the electoral register you can vote - you don't need a voting card though they might ask for proof of identity.

HitShappens Wed 22-Jun-16 23:10:58

No. I dont think so ive moved house recently though

HitShappens Wed 22-Jun-16 23:12:05

Yes i voted in the general election so i can vote - right?

Titsywoo Wed 22-Jun-16 23:12:38

Are you sure you are on the electoral roll? I'm pretty sure they update it a few times a year not just when you apply IYSWIM? So they put a bunch of people through in batches in say April and Sept or something.

HitShappens Wed 22-Jun-16 23:16:32

Yeah isym im not sure then! Ffs. Ill give them a ring tomorrow ive been so busy and ive been sure i could vote and now im having a wobble

WatchMeSoar Wed 22-Jun-16 23:16:46

As far as I know, yes, I am in the same boat, I haven't received a polling card but if you voted in the GE, you will be on the electoral register. PP made a good point, take ID.

HitShappens Thu 23-Jun-16 02:10:52

Thanks WatchMe. Yes I will take ID good point.

Somerville Thu 23-Jun-16 02:17:37

Have you moved house since the general election? You have to register again after you move - even if it's within the same constituency.

LivininaBox Thu 23-Jun-16 10:15:22

You might be able to vote at your old address?

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