Tag Archives : elections


Last few days for elections household enquiry

Residents of Plymouth are being reminded that there are just a few days left to respond to the Household Enquiry form so that Plymouth City Council can get the Electoral Register up to date. There are benefits to responding and getting on the electoral register beyond being able to vote –  it has a positive […]


Electoral canvass teams visiting homes in the city

Over two thirds of Plymouth’s households have responded so far in the Council’s annual electoral canvass, which checks that the right people are registered to vote at each address. Forms were posted in August to over 100,000 households across Plymouth. From 20 October teams of canvassers will be visiting the households that haven’t responded yet […]


Reminder to return household enquiry forms

Just over half of Plymouth’s households have responded so far in our annual electoral canvass. The canvass checks the right people are registered to vote at each address and forms were posted to over 100,000 households across Plymouth in August. It is a legal requirement to check the details listed and respond – even if there […]


Have you returned your electoral form?

We’re reminding residents to make sure their details are up-to-date and accurate on the electoral register. Around 118,000 household enquiry forms were posted to homes across the city in July as part of the annual voter registration canvass and reminders were sent out at the beginning of September. Around 80,000 forms have been returned so far. […]


Make sure you’re registered to vote

We’re reminding residents to make sure their details are up-to-date and accurate on the electoral register. More than 118,000 forms were posted to households across the city in July as part of the annual voter registration canvass and around 60,000 have so far been returned. We’re now sending reminders out asking people who haven’t responded to […]


Election voting gets under way

Thousands of people will be heading to polling stations across Plymouth today (Thursday 5 May) to vote in the City Council and Police and Crime Commissioner elections. Polls are open from 7am to 10pm and the count for the City Council election will get under way at the Plymouth Life Centre as soon as ballot […]


Police and Crime Commissioner question time event

Plymouth University is hosting a ‘question time’ event where people will be able to hear from candidates bidding to become Devon and Cornwall’s next Police and Crime Commissioner. Organised by the Plymouth Law School, the public debate will be a chance to find out more about the role and hear from those who have put […]


Register to vote and have your say

Preparations for next year’s elections are already under way and we want residents to make sure they’re able to vote and have their say. More than 116,000 forms have been posted to households across the city as part of our annual voter registration canvass. Residents are being asked to check the forms and make sure the […]


Sign up and have your say

With less than a month to go Plymouth people who want their vote to be counted in this year’s local and European parliamentary elections are reminded to sign up for the electoral register and secure their vote. Tuesday 6 May is the deadline for registrations with the elections taking place on Thursday 22 May. People […]