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Register to vote if you're in the armed forces

If you're a member of the armed forces, or the spouse or registered civil partner of a member of the armed forces, you can register to vote.

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Register to vote if you're in the armed forces (resident in England or Wales)

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Register to vote if you're in the armed forces (Welsh language version)

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Register to vote if you're in the armed forces (resident in Scotland)

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The way you choose to register will depend on your personal circumstances.

You can register as a service voter using this form or by registering to vote online.

This allows you to be registered for five years at a fixed address in the UK even if you move around. You must renew your application every five years, but you can cancel it at any time. Registering as a service voter is particularly useful if you are based overseas or think you may be posted overseas in the next few years.

Your unit has a designated Unit Registration Officer who will be able to give you more information and advice. Ask your administration office for contact details.

Published 29 April 2015
Last updated 29 May 2018 + show all updates
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