Registering to vote
Taking part in elections is a fundamental democratic right. But remember – you must first be registered to vote.
Visit the Register to Vote page to find out more.
Why should I vote?
The choices made by politicians directly affect our daily lives.
They make policy, pass laws and regulations, debate issues of national and international importance, and decide how income from taxes and rates is spent on public services.
Elections provide an opportunity to make your feelings known on the issues that matter to you.
By voting you can influence the decisions that will shape the Island’s future.
Methods of Voting
There are three methods of voting in House of Keys elections:
- cast your vote in person at a polling station
- apply for a postal vote
- apply to appoint a proxy to vote on your behalf
Online Mapping Service
If you are unsure of your constituency, you may wish to use our online mapping service. This service will provide you with information regarding your local authority, House of Keys constituency and polling districts.
Guidance for using the Online Mapping Service
- Type your postcode into the search bar (if you don't know your postcode, you can still manually search for your property)
- Once you have found your property use the 'Local Information' icon [i] and select: 'My Constituency' from the menu list. This will provide you with your Keys Constituency, Polling district and Polling Ward
For more information regarding the electoral register you may call +44 1624 685754 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org