If you want to have your say at an election in the UK, you must be registered to vote.
UK general election on Thursday 8 June 2017
Voters living in the UK
The deadline to register to vote was Monday 22 May. It is now too late to register to vote at the UK general election on 8 June.
If you registered to vote before the deadline, your local electoral registration office will contact you to let you know when you are registered or if they have any questions.
Voters living overseas
The deadline to register as an overseas voter for the UK general election on Thursday 8 June has now passed. If you didn’t register and were not already registered, it is now too late.
If you were already registered and have been asked to renew your registration and haven’t yet done so, make sure you renew as soon as possible or you may not be able to vote.
If you have registered as an overseas voter but haven’t yet applied for a proxy vote (where you can nominate someone in the UK to vote on your behalf), you should do this now
Find out about proxy voting
How do I check if I'm registered to vote?
Every local authority holds the electoral register for their own area. There is no online electoral roll.
To check if you are registered to vote, you will need to contact your local electoral registration office.
Find the contact details for your local electoral registration office.
Here you can find out more information about registering to vote.