EU Referendum 2016: you must be registered by 7 JUNE
ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE? If you aren’t already registered to vote, you must register by Tuesday 7 June if you want to vote in the EU referendum on 23 June. It takes about 5 minutes to register online. You will need your National Insurance number. But you don't need to register again if you could have voted in the recent local elections, and haven't changed your address since then.
DO YOU NEED TO ARRANGE A PROXY OR POSTAL VOTE? If so, you must apply by 5pm on Wednesday 8 June (or Friday 3 June in Northern Ireland). But postal votes for service voters will start to be issued on 23 May, so the sooner you apply the better.
- Click here for the AboutMyVote website
- Click here for Government information and a link to an online registration form to register as a service voter
- Click here for more help links if you need them
If you have any questions or difficulty, you can ask:
- Your Unit Registration Officer at your unit or base
- The Electoral Registration Officer in the area where you intend to register. You can find them by entering the postcode at the AboutMyVote website
- BAFF (use the site contact form)
Being either British or Irish citizens or Commonwealth citizens not requiring leave to remain, most UK service personnel who are over 18 on 23 June are eligible to vote in the EU Referendum. But citizens of Nepal are not eligible to participate in this vote.
Remember the registration deadline is Tuesday 7 June.
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