What information is shown on electoral register?
The electoral register (sometimes called the ‘electoral roll’) lists the names and addresses of everyone who’s registered to vote.
What is D on electoral register?
D (Dw) Spouse’s occupation qualification. E. Not entitled to vote in local or parliamentary elections. F.
How do I find old electoral rolls?
How to find old electoral registers. You can do an electoral register search for historic registers as well as modern ones. Copies of old electoral registers should be found at libraries or archives; you can find these by searching The National Archives’ electronic catalogue Discovery.
When was the first electoral register?
Electoral registers were first introduced in 1832 with the Great Reform Act.
How often is the electoral register updated?
The electoral register is updated on a monthly basis (except in October and November). Your name will appear on the next applicable update if your application has been successful. If you make an application after the August deadline, your details will be added to the revised Register that will be published in December.
What does it mean to be off the open register?
The open register is an extract of the electoral register that is available to buy (formerly known as the Edited Register or Version for Sale). Being excluded from the open register simply means that your details are not available to purchase for marketing purposes.
What does er stand for on 192 com?
Our electoral roll data spans from 2002-2022. The last full electoral roll available on www.192.com is the 2002 version. Since 2003 we have only been able to publish the Open Register, formerly known as the “edited electoral roll”.
What are poll books?
Definitions. (a) “Electronic poll book” means a system containing an electronic list of registered voters that may be transported to the polling location.