Answers to common questions about voting and elections.
If you have a postal or a proxy vote that is more than five years old then you will receive a signature refresh form and a pre-paid envelope to send the form back to our scanning contractor.
How to get your name on the electoral register and register to vote.
The council carried out a partial review of polling places in three of the wards in Brighton & Hove in 2014.
Find out when you will be added to the electoral register if you update your details during the year.
What to do if you know that you are unable to get to a polling station on election day.
How to register to vote if you are a student living away from home.
How to register to vote if you are a British citizen living abroad, a member of the Armed Forces or a Crown Servant.
Brighton & Hove City Council gives notice that a full review of polling districts and polling places across Brighton & Hove is to be conducted.
Who can register to vote and how
How Individual Electoral Registration works and who can register.
How we make our polling stations accessible and alternative ways of voting if you can't come to a polling station.
How to get a replacement postal vote pack.
Our outreach service helps residents who might otherwise find it difficult to register to vote in the normal ways.
If you are homeless, rough sleeping or in temporary accommodation you can still register to vote.
How and when we update the electoral register.