Register to vote deadline 18th June

Christine Battersby
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Tue 18 Jun, 11:20

Today is also the last possible day for changing the address at which one intends to vote. 

This is particularly relevant for students, including those who have registered to vote at their term-time address, and also those who are registered at both their home and also their term-time addresses. Being registered to vote at 2 different addresses doesn't mean that a person can vote more than once in a General Election. The person concerned will need to choose one address, but has the chance to change the preferred address by 23.59 today.

Further details for students here:

Matthew Greenfield
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Tue 18 Jun, 07:51

The deadline to register to vote is 23:59 today! There is a good summary of how to plus other useful information on the BBC News website here:

How do I register to vote in the 2024 UK election?

Rachael Gibbon
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Fri 14 Jun, 23:16 (last edited on Sat 15 Jun, 08:13)

You now have just 3 days till the deadline. Don't know who to vote for?  Come to the Charlbury hustings, watch the election debates, read the party manifestos online - there's time for all of that between now and 4 July - just don't lose your right to vote! Put registering at the top of your to-do list and remind everyone you know.

Matthew Greenfield
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Wed 12 Jun, 12:35

If you have not registered to vote then the deadline is now less than one week away (it takes 5 minutes online):

Charlbury is now in the relatively marginal constituency of Banbury so your vote might actually count for something. Don't leave it to the last minute as the government website has been known to crash on the last day!

Students can register in Charlbury and their place of study (but only vote in one place obviously). Options to vote by post or by proxy are also available (deadlines also looming).

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