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Form: Register to vote if you're in the armed forces

Cabinet Office

June 30
23:00 2020

Register to vote if you're in the armed forces (resident in England)

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Register to vote if you're in the armed forces (resident in Wales)

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Register to vote if you're in the armed forces (resident in Scotland)

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The way you choose to register will depend on your personal circumstances.

You can register as a service voter using this form or by registering to vote online.

This allows you to be registered for five years at a fixed address in the UK even if you move around. You must renew your application every five years, but you can cancel it at any time. Registering as a service voter is particularly useful if you are based overseas or think you may be posted overseas in the next few years.

Your unit has a designated Unit Registration Officer who will be able to give you more information and advice. Ask your administration office for contact details.

Published 29 April 2015
Last updated 1 July 2020 +show all updates
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