The electoral register is updated every year and it is a legal requirement to complete and return the form to ensure that everyone who is entitled to register to vote is able to do so. You will need to check the information is correct and any details that need to be changed. This can be done online at https://www.householdreponse.com/westsuffolk or by returning the form in the reply paid envelope by 4 August.
In the United Kingdom there are various elections held, usually every four or five years. To find out more read about the different types of elections listed below:
Police and Crime Commissioner elections were held on 5 May 2016 and the EU Referendum elections were held in 23 June 2016. Details of who the candidates were and the results are published in the sections below.
Parliamentary, district, borough, parish and town council elections were held on 7 May 2015. Details of who the candidates were and the results are published in the sections below.
Voters living in West Suffolk will be within one of three constituencies: West Suffolk, Bury St Edmunds or South Suffolk. To find out which constituency you live in, see the Ordnance Survey, election maps (select 'Westminster constituency')
To find out results of the 7 May General Election, visit: The Electoral Commission, 2015 UK general election results
For the results of more elections such as the European Parliament, parish, town, district, borough and county council elections visit our Election archive page.