General Election 2016
2016 General Election
The House of Keys is the Lower Branch of the Isle of Man parliament, Tynwald. The Keys is made up of 24 members who represent 12 constituencies. The members of the House of Keys are directly elected by the people of the Isle of Man once every five years. On the 22 September 2016 all 24 seats will be up for election and your vote will help decide who your representatives are.
Why your vote matters?
The elected members serve as your local representatives and formulate and consider new laws and help to revise existing laws for the Isle of Man.
Guidance for Voters
Please view of download our 'Guidance for Voters 2016 (PDF)'
How do I register to vote?
In order to register, you must complete a household registration form. You may request a registration form below:
Your completed registration form must include all members of your household who are over the age of 16.
We have a dedicated webpage holding PDF's on all the previous election results from 2001.
For more information regarding the electoral register you may call: +44 1624 685754 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org