To be able to vote in elections, you need to be registered to vote
How to check your electoral register details and opt out of the open register.
You will need to show photographic identification to vote at your polling station for the local elections on 4 May.
How to apply for, and make changes to, your postal vote.
If you know that you won't be able to get to the polling station on polling day, you can ask someone you trust to cast your vote for you.
Every year we check the details of everyone registered to vote in Aldershot and Farnborough.
How to vote on polling day and find out where your polling station is.
Find out who can become a councillor and how to stand for election.
Information on the different types of election you can vote in.
We sometimes need temporary election staff. This is usually at election time and when we're preparing the new electoral roll.
Details of current electoral boundary reviews.
Find out which ward you live in and where your polling station is.
Details of election results, including who was elected and how many people voted in local and parliamentary elections.
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