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FAQs

Although this Department has the policy on national electoral law, in that it prepares the legislation for Parliament to consider, the Electoral Commission has a statutory duty to provide guidance and advice on all electoral matters.

Therefore, if you have any queries on: Voting and registering to vote, candidates, electoral arrangements, referendums, donations to political parties, election expenditure, you should access the Electoral Commission's website at www.electoralcommission.gov.uk/toolkit/faqs.cfm , and if your question remains unanswered you can then e-mail the Commission directly at info@electoralcommission.org.uk.

If you have any queries on registering a political party you should access the Electoral Commission's website at www.electoralcommission.gov.uk/regulatory-issues/legregpoliticalparti.cfm . Again, if your question remains unanswered you can then e-mail the Commission directly at r&c@electoralcommission.org.uk

» Frequently asked questions on the European Parliamentary Elections 2004 PDF document [85kb]

 

 


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