Some articles on electoral, electoral registration officer, registration:
... who is eligible to vote (he/she does not necessarily have to be on the Electoral Register already) can be appointed by another voter as his/her proxy, but for the proxy to be able to vote in an ... even earlier deadline - any such request must be received by the Electoral Registration Officer by 5pm 11 working days before polling day at the latest) ... vote by proxy as long as the application is received by the Electoral Registration Officer by 5pm on polling day ...
... council or unitary authority has an Electoral Register which is compiled by the Electoral Registration Officer listing all registered electors ... The Electoral Register contains the name, qualifying address and electoral number of every ordinary elector, the name of every special category elector (such as service voters ... Any elector who was not aged 18 yet at the time of registration will also have his/her date of birth printed ...
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