The Register of Electors (Voters’ Roll) is a list of addresses showing the names of those who are qualified to vote at various types of elections and referendums.
The Register is updated and re-published annually (usually on 1 December) following a canvass of all households. After publication, the register is updated on a monthly basis.
The law requires the Electoral Registration Officer to publish two versions of the register:
- The electoral register and
- The open register
Further information is available here
ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD CANVASS
Each year the Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) is required to conduct a canvass of all households in their area for the purpose of updating the electoral register.
The ERO will be getting in touch with every household to check that the electoral register is up to date, and to identify any residents who should be registered but are currently missing. Everyone who lives in Scotland and is 14 or over can now register to vote.
To respond please follow the instructions included in your canvass communication. You can access the online response channel here.
This year canvass will take place between July and November and information provided will be used to update the register which will be published on 1 December 2022.
If you’re not currently registered, the easiest way is online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote
Register To Vote
Click the button below to register online
Click the button below and follow the instructions provided
Electoral Register Display Locations
The current Electoral Register is available for public inspection at local libraries – click on the links to the relevant Council website below, for locations and opening hours.