Electoral Registration Office
Household Enquiry Canvass
There will be a canvass of all households in Glasgow to establish who is eligible to vote. Every household will receive a Household Enquiry Form which details who is currently registered to vote at that address.
You need to respond to this letter and tell us if:
· the details in the letter are correct and there are no changes required to your household.
· the details on the letter are not correct and there changes as there are people registered who need to be removed.
· the details on the letter are not correct and there changes as there are people resident who are not included in the letter and need to registered to vote.
· there are no residents in the household.
If there are no changes to your household you can provide these details by online, phone or text but you will need your security code and password. All of these details are provided on the form. Or you can post your form back with the pre-paid envelope.
If there are changes to your household you can provide these details by online or phone but you will need your security code and password. All of these details are provided on the form. Or you can post your form back with the pre-paid envelope.
Only one person in the household has to respond and provide this information. To provide this information online please go to www.register-online.co.uk.
However, responding to this letter will no longer register new electors in the household.
If you have responded and advised there are new electors in the household they will also have to complete an individual registration application. This can be done online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote or by phoning 0141 287 4444. It only take a couple of minutes to register but you will need your national insurance number to complete an application (except 14 or 15 year olds), if you do not have a national insurance number or have lost/forgotten it, the application will explain what to do.
Complete an online Household Enquiry Form
Complete an online form to Opt out of the Open Register