Registering to vote and voting
A postal vote is made on a ballot paper which is posted to you, and you post back to us, before the election day.
The full electoral register used for elections lists people registered to vote in Eden District. An edited version of the electoral register is for sale.
Proxy voting is when someone you trust votes for you at a polling station because you are unable to cast your vote in person.
You can register to vote online on the GOV.UK website, or request a register to vote form from the elections office.
Polling station locations for each ward. Your poll card will show you which polling station you must use to cast your vote.
The annual canvass of electors through a form sent out to every address, asks if the details of people registered to vote at that address are correct.
Find out about the data protection for details you supply for electoral registration. What,why and how long we will keep this information.
To register to vote you must apply online on GOV.UK