Date Published: 14 March 2019
Anyone not registered to vote has until Friday 12 April 2019 to sign up if they want take part in May’s local elections.
Elections for Rutland County Council, together with local town and parish councils, are due to take place on Thursday 2 May 2019.
You must be registered to vote in order to take part in the elections. Registration is quick and easy and can be done online by visiting the government's register to vote website. If you are already registered to vote you do not need to re-register.
If you are unsure about whether or not you are registered to vote, you can check by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
“If you want to vote in the forthcoming elections and have a say on who will represent your community at a local level over the next four years, you must be registered to vote. If you’re not registered already, you have until 12 April to do this. Once your application has been processed, we will write to you to confirm that you’ve been added to the electoral register. You can then also apply to vote by post or by proxy if you’re not able to visit your polling station in person on Polling Day.”
Helen Briggs, Returning Officer for Rutland County Council
For more information about May’s local government elections, including when, where and how to vote, please visit our Elections page.