Respond to a household enquiry form
Annual canvass of electors
Read about the annual canvass of electors, which began on the 23 July 2018. As part of the canvass, we send letters and forms to every household in Eden. The letter and form ask for information about the people in a household who are on the electoral register. The letter asks for someone in the household, it does not matter who, to check the details on the form. The form shows the people in the household that are on the electoral register. Check the form to see if it is correct. Are all the details correct? Is someone on the form that no longer lives at the address? Is anyone missing do they need to be added? The person that is missing will have to register to vote before they can be included on the register of electors.
If the list of people registered to vote on the form is correct
We need to know that the list of people registered to vote and all the information on the form is correct. The quickest way to tell us it is correct is online, by telephone or text. By responding online, by phone or by text you will help us save money.
Before you go online, telephone or text, find the part one and two of security code on the canvass form.
Use the online interactive voter response on the Household Enquiry Response website to tell us if all the information is correct.
Telephone 0808 284 1463, free 24 hour automated line, enter part 1 and part 2 of your security code, using the telephone key pad, when prompted.
Text 07786 209 363 enter part 1, a space, enter part 2 of your security code.
If the list of people registered to vote on the form is wrong
We need to know if anyone is missing from the list of people registered to vote in a household, or if the information on the form is wrong. We also need to know if someone is on the list that is no longer living at that address.
Before you go online, find the part one and two of security code on the canvass form.
Use the online interactive voter response on the Household Enquiry Response website to tell us all the information, which is wrong.
If you prefer you can, complete the form, sign and return it in the envelope provided.
Request a postal vote
Read voting by post on your vote matters website, if you would like to download a postal voting form. If you would like a postal voting from sent to you please contact the Elections Office on the details below.