To take part in any election, you must be listed on the electoral register for the area in which you live. The Electoral Registration Officer, Tayside Valuation Joint Board is responsible for the registration of electors in Angus.
The Returning Officer is responsible for the administration of all statutory elections in Angus (see Elections A-Z page).
Angus Council Elections Archive
- Scottish Parliamentary election and Referendum on the UK Parliamentary Voting System - May 2011
- Carnoustie & District By-Election 2011
- Community Council Elections 2010
- UK Parliamentary Election 2010
- Elections 2009
- Monifieth & Sidlaw By-election 25 June 2009
- Scottish Parliament & Local Government Elections 2007
Frequently Asked Questions
Who do I contact if I want to register to vote?
You should contact the Electoral Registration Officer, Tayside Valuation Joint Board, tel: 01307 462416, who is responsible for dealing with all applications to register to vote.
Who should I contact if I want to apply for a postal or proxy vote?
To find out more and get an application form, please contact the Electoral Registration Officer, Tayside Valuation Joint Board, tel: 01307 462416.
You can apply to vote by post for a particular election, a set period of time or for all future elections. You can also vote by post if you are abroad on Election Day. But you must be registered to vote first.
What is the Electoral Register and where can I get a copy of it?
The Electoral Register, as the name suggests, is a list of individuals who are eligible to vote within a particular area.
If you want to check the Register, copies are available for inspection at all libraries in Angus. You will, however, only be able to inspect it under supervision. If in doubt, please contact the Electoral Registration Officer, Tayside Valuation Joint Board, tel: 01307 462416.
Who do I contact for more information?
Electoral Registration Officer
Tayside Valuation Joint Board
Forfar DD8 2ZA
Tel: 01307 462416
Fax: 01307 468631
Service Page: voterregistration.htm
Service Details Last Reviewed : 21 March 2013