Elections and voting
All you need to know about elections and registering to vote.
From 10 - 20 February, every household in Rushmoor will receive an electoral registration letter from us.
To be able to vote in elections, you need to be registered to vote.
The electoral register is a list of people who are eligible to vote in elections in Rushmoor.
Details of Hampshire County Council elections on 4 May.
Details on how to vote on polling day.
How to vote by post and when you can get someone else to vote on your behalf.
Find out who can become a councillor and how to stand for election.
Information on the different types of election you can vote in.
Details of election results, including who was elected and how many people voted in local, parliamentary and European elections.
We sometimes need temporary election staff. This is usually at election time and when we're preparing the new electoral roll.
Details of the boundary reviews of our council wards, county council divisions and of the parliamentary constituency.