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With campaigning for the forthcoming general election well underway the deadline for registering to vote is fast approaching. The last day to apply to register to vote is Tuesday 20 April
You need to be on the electoral register in order to vote in UK general and local elections. The electoral register is the list of names and addresses of everyone who is registered to vote in the UK.
Registration deadlines for General Election on 6 May
Tuesday 20 April
Tuesday 27 April
Further information about voting is available from the Electoral Commission.
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