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Register to vote anonymously

If you're concerned about your name and address appearing on the electoral register for safety reasons, then you can register to vote anonymously.

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Register to vote anonymously (England and Wales)

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Register to vote anonymously (Welsh language verson)

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Register to vote anonymously (Scotland)

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How to register to vote

  1. Fill in the electoral registration form
  2. Make sure you sign the declaration
  3. Provide evidence to support your application (there’s more information about this on pages 4 to 5 of the form)
  4. Return your completed form and the relevant evidence to your electoral registration office. You can find their address at www.yourvotematters.co.uk.

Problems with the form? Contact your electoral registration office if you need help completing or understanding the form or if you need the form in large print or easy to read format. You can find their address at www.yourvotematters.co.uk.

Published 29 April 2015
Last updated 29 May 2018 + show all updates
  1. Previous PDFs have been replaced with new PDFs containing updated wording relating to the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) laws.
  2. First published.