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Electoral Register

The Electoral Register (also known as the Electoral Roll) is the list of everyone who is entitled to vote. The register for the City Council's area has around 80,000 names and includes the whole of Carlisle constituency and part of Penrith and the Border constituency.

If you are not included on the register, you will not be able to vote.

In this section you can find out about the Electoral Register, how to register, where to inspect the register and how to get in touch with us.



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