The independent body which oversees elections and regulates political finance in the UK
Here you can find contact details for getting in touch with us.
Below are some common questions and subjects that people get in touch about.
If your question is not covered below, select 'I need to ask a question'.
You can register to vote online at gov.uk/register-to-vote.
If you have moved house, you need to register to vote at your new address.
When you do this, you can enter the details of your old address as part of the process. You will then be removed from the electoral register at your old address.
If you are in England, Scotland or Wales, you can register to vote online at gov.uk/register-to-vote.
If you are in Northern Ireland you should download a registration form from the Electoral Office for Northern Ireland.
To confirm if you're on registered to vote you need to contact your local council.
The electoral register is managed at a local level by your council so they will be able to let you know if you're on the register.
You can find contact details for your local council by entering your postcode on yourvotematters.co.uk.
For information on registering a political party, please contact the party and election finance advice line:
Tel: 0333 103 1928
For information on standing in an election you should contact the Electoral Commission team where you are. They are best placed to help you.
EnglandEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: 0333 103 1928
ScotlandEmail: email@example.comTel: 0333 103 1928
WalesEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org | email@example.comTel: 0333 103 1929
Northern IrelandEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTel: 0333 103 1928
For press and media enquiries, contact us at:
Tel: 020 7271 0704
Use the form below to send us your question.
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Alternatively you can call us on 0333 103 1928.
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