Registering to vote only takes 5 minutes, and you can do it online. This 4 step guide shows you how, with an additional section at the end with information about how to register for a postal vote.
Get your info ready
Make sure you have all the correct information. You’ll need your name, date of birth, postal address, and national insurance number.
Go to the register to vote webpage
You can find the webpage by clicking the hyperlink here. Once you are on the page and have the information ready, fill in the questions.
Once you have completed the online form, you should receive a confirmation email at the email address you specified on the form. Following this, you should receive confirmation either by post or by email that you are registered, by the time specified
As long as your details stay the same, you only need to register to vote once. However, the eligibility of people to vote changes depending on the type of election being held. For example, 16 and 17 year olds, and a larger number of non-UK nationals resident in Scotland can vote in Scottish Parliament and Local council elections than can vote in UK-wide elections. So it is worth making sure when you can vote.
Register to vote by post
The SNP has created its own tool to assist people with registering to vote by post.
To find it, click the button below.
If you are unable to print these forms yourself, contact Bo’ness SNP.