Wednesday, 7 October 2009


Reminders have been sent out to residents in Thanet who've failed to return their electoral registration forms that they could lose their right to vote in the upcoming general election.

Parliamentary elections have to take place by June 2010 at the latest and, to ensure that people can vote in the general election, the electoral registration forms that have been delivered to every home in Thanet have to be filled in and returned to the council.

All British, Commonwealth, Irish and European Union Citizens over the age of 16 have to give their names and addresses, so that they can be included on the register, which will be published on 1 December 2009.

Forms have now been delivered to all those properties in Thanet, where no response has been received form the initial household registration form.

Forms can be returned either via a freephone service or online, where no change to the information is required.

For more information or enquiries about the Register of Electors form please contact the Electoral Services Helpline on (01843) 577500.

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