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Annual Canvass

Each year we write to every household to check whether we have the correct people registered to vote and to ask you to inform us of any changes.

As in previous years, we are using data and electronic communication, such as email and text messaging, to make the process simpler. This means you may receive a text, email or letter from us asking you to check who we have registered and tell us about any changes.

Email and text messages are due to be sent from the 11th August using the Government's GOV.UK Notify service (@notifications.service.gov.uk).

The quickest and simplest way to respond is online using the Elecreg.co.uk website and two part security code detailed on your canvass letter, email or text message.

From the 6th October until the 17th November, door-to-door canvassers will be visiting non-responding properties in the Lewes District and Eastbourne Borough areas. All canvass staff will have official council ID badges and will be equipped with electronic tablets in order to process responses at the door. If no one is in when the canvasser visits, they will leave a blue calling card with instructions on how to respond to the Annual Canvass.

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Last modified on 07 August 2023