Elections in Stoke-on-Trent

You can register to vote online by clicking here to go to the GOV.UK website

Click here to find out about the police and crime commissioner election taking place locally, on May 5, 2016

Household Enquiry Forms
Every household in the city has been sent a Household Enquiry Form (HEF) called 'Who is Eligible to Vote'. We use this to check our records and to send any person who isn't currently registered to vote an invitation to register. 

If anything is wrong you can provide the information requested online at www.registerbyinternet.com/stokeontrent or correct the information on the paper form and return it to us using the freepost address.

If the details are correct you can text 'NOCHANGE' followed by your security code to 80212 or call 0800 197 9871 to confirm.

It is important to provide the information requested; if you don't you could be fined £1000.

You must have your security codes to hand to use these services. Your security codes can be found on either the front page or in the top right of page 2 of your Household Enquiry form.

If you have any queries at all about voting or registration, please contact the elections team directly on 01782 233800 or elections@stoke.gov.uk 

Click here to view the independent report into the UK Parliamentary and city council elections in Stoke-on-Trent, held in May 2015