European Parliamentary Election 2019
European Parliament elections are currently scheduled to take place in the UK on 23 May. To be able to vote in these elections, you must be registered to vote by midnight on Tuesday 7 May 2019.
If you are a citizen of the UK, Republic of Ireland, Malta or Cyprus, or a qualifying Commonwealth citizen, you are eligible to register to vote at gov.uk/register-to-vote. You do not have to register again if you are already registered at your current address to vote in other UK elections (i.e., local council and general).
If you’re a citizen of another European Union country, you can either vote in the UK or in your home country. You can’t vote twice. If you wish to vote in the UK, please complete the UC1 form that will be sent to you or visit:
Register to vote online Postal and proxy votes
If you are unsure if you are registered, you can email:
Please note: These dates refer to the European Parliamentary Elections only and not any Local Elections taking place during May.
- Deadline to register: 7 May
- Deadline to apply for a postal vote: 8 May
- Deadline to apply for a proxy vote: 15 May
- Polling stations open 7am to 10pm on Thursday 23 May
- Count and declarations: Sunday 26 May
Please check your poll card carefully when it arrives. Some polling stations may change for the European Parliamentary Election