Electoral Registration and Elections
Electoral Registration and Returning Officer James Whiteman
Find out when and where to go to cast your vote and what to do on polling day. See the map of polling stations below.
Voting by post is an easy and convenient way of voting in elections. You don't need to give a reason.
See the results of elections that were held in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
We work to ensure that all our residents are on the electoral register and are able to cast their vote. There are a number of provisions in place at polling stations to help if you need additional assistance.
Don't miss out on your right to vote! Find out how to register to vote, or change your registration details.
Electoral registration and voting information for students living in Guildford. Students can register to vote at more than one address.
The electoral register can be viewed in person at our offices by appointment only. Find out how to use it to find lost friends or relatives.
Find out how to obtain proof of electoral registration or get your foreign pension signed.
Find information on referendums and petitions that have taken place in the borough and rules regarding petition signatures.
If a vacancy arises on a Parish Council, due to an existing Councillor's resignation, disqualification or death, there is a process to fill the vacancy.
Information on the electoral register and the open register. Find out how to remove your details from the open register.
We carried out a review of polling districts and polling places in 2019. The deadline to give your views has now passed.