Electoral Registration, Postal & Proxy Votes

You can register to vote in a number of ways:

The Electoral Registration Office for Central Scotland manages all voter registration.  

Contact your local Electoral Registration Office to find out if you’re already registered to vote.

How to Vote

Once you're registered, you have three different ways to vote: 

In-person

You can do this at your local polling station on 5 May. The address is marked on your polling card and is often a nearby community centre or other public building in your area.

Check this PDF for polling station addresses.

By Post

You can get further information on the Scottish Assessors Association website for Central Scotland.

Completed application forms should be returned to:

Electoral Registration Office
Hillside House
Laurelhill
Stirling
FK7 9JG
Tel: 01786 892289
Fax: 01786 892255

By proxy

Voting by proxy means allowing somebody you trust to vote on your behalf. You will need to fill in a form and send it to arrive at the Electoral Registration Office by the deadline. You can get a form from the Scottish Assessors Association website's forms.

Completed application forms should be returned to:

Electoral Registration Office
Hillside House
Laurelhill
Stirling
FK7 9JG
Tel: 01786 892289
Fax: 01786 892255 

Last updated: Wednesday, May 11, 2022 5:04 PM