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Am I Registered To Vote In The UK General Election?


Whether you are registered or not in the UK general election comes down to several things.

Firstly you need to be eligible to vote, and for that you need to be over 18 years of age.

Those under 18 currently do not have the right to vote in the UK, although it may or may not be that this changes in the future and potentially gets lowered to 16, but that is not on the cards at the moment and is certainly not the case for the UK General Election of 2010.

You will need to contact the Electoral Registration Office in order to check if you are already registered to vote.

If you are not registered to vote then you need to do something about it ASAP - read the article in this general election section with regard to how to register to vote in that occurrence.

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