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Can I register to vote at the address of my second home?
This depends how long you spend at your second home.
Categories: Electoral registration
Can I see a copy of the Electoral Register?
Yes. Copies are held at our office at 66 High Street, Aylesbury and the County Reference Library.
Can I trace friends or relatives using the Electoral Register?
No. The Register is protected by the Data Protection Act and is only to be used for the following:
Crime prevention and detection
To enable Credit Reference Agencies to fulfil their obligations under Money Laund...
Do I have to register?
You are required by law to register each year.
How do I get on the Electoral Register?
You can contact us by telephone, email or come into the Aylesbury Vale District Council Offices, either at The Gateway, Gatehouse Road or the High Street, Aylesbury in person.
You can also download a form and send it back to us. At this time we ...
I am 16/17. Can I register to vote?
Yes. You can register to vote, but you are not allowed to vote until you are 18. If your 18th birthday is just before an election it is a good idea to register now so that you are able to vote on election day.
I am a student registered at my home address so can I register here?
Yes. Students can register at their home address and their term time address although you are not legally required to register at both. However it is illegal to vote twice at the same election.
I have told council tax I have moved. Does this mean I am added to the electoral register as well?
No. In order to update your information you need to complete a Voter Registration Form and return it directly to the Electoral Services Department. You can download our Registration Form by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page, fill it ...
Categories: Council taxElectoral registration
What is the Electoral Register?
The Electoral Register is a record of everyone who lives within Aylesbury Vale and is eligible to vote. To keep our records as up to date as possible we send registration forms out to every property in the autumn of each year. The names of all cit...
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