The Register of Electors comes into force on 15th February each year and remains in force until 14th February of the following year. The Register is used at each election and referendum held in the succeeding 12 months.
In order to be able to vote at an Election or Referendum, a person’s name must be entered on the Register of Electors for the locality in which they ordinarily reside.
The Register of Electors can be viewed online, If a person is not included in the Register of Electors currently in force, they may apply for entry in the supplement to the Register by completing an RFA2/RFA3 form, whichever is applicable.
Check if your name is on the Register of Electors in your Local Authority
Every resident aged 18 and upwards is eligible to be on the register. A person must be ordinarily a resident at the address they wish to be registered.
Voting Application Forms for Register of Electors and information Booklets
Details on the Supplement to the Register
Frequently asked questions on Voting and Polling