Tuesday, 24 August 2010


Thanet residents are about to start receiving their voter registration forms through their letterbox, and if you don’t complete them, you’ll lose your right to vote.

2011 will be a busy year with District and Parish Council elections and a referendum on the voting system for the Parliamentary elections, all due to take place on Thursday 5 May.
Thanet District Council will send out voter registration forms from Wednesday 25 August and details can once more be confirmed online or by free phone, all of which saves bringing or sending the forms back to the council.

Residents who don't want to lose their chance to vote in the forthcoming elections shouldn't delay in responding to the form. Only those people whose names are on the register will be able to vote.

Households that have not received a form by late September, or have any questions about completing the form, can e-mail electoral.services@thanet.gov.uk or can call 01843 577500.

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