Home of Ealing Council’s magazine for residents

Close this search box.
Hand putting a voting slip into a ballot box. You need to register for the Hobbayne by-election

European elections – register to have your say

Residents are reminded that they have until 7 May to register their details in time to vote in the European Parliament elections taking place on 23 May 2019.

An easy to use, online registration system is available at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote

The online system is a quick and secure way to register. If you do not have access to the internet, a paper form can be requested from Ealing electoral services office.

Residents that were registered to vote for the last elections, and still live at the same address, will be automatically registered and do not need to fill in the form again.

Those that have moved house, or who are registering for the first time, should go to www.gov.uk/register-to-vote and fill in their name, address, date of birth and national insurance number.

European Union citizens who are registered in the borough can either vote in the UK, or in their home county. To vote in the UK, an additional EC6 form is required to be completed. All registered European Union citizens have been sent this form. It must be returned by 7 May.

If European Union citizens have lost or misplaced the EC6 form, or are registering for the first time, they can download the form at www.ealing.gov.uk/euelections

Irish citizens are not required to complete this additional EC6 form provided they are registered to vote in the usual way.

Advice is available from the council’s electoral services team on 020 8825 7777 between 8.30am – 5pm (Monday – Friday) or by email elections@ealing.gov.uk

Share with

You may also like

Editor's Pick

Residents are being invited to give their views on Ealing Council’s ambitious new plans to address the affordable homes crisis. The consultation on the …


Subscribe to our newsletter

It is simple to register to receive fortnightly email updates from Around Ealing Extra

Translate »