FOI Request - Electoral Registration & Vote

Request 101000327974

Online Voter Registration
1. Whether you offer the choice for people to register to vote (a) online (b) by post or (c) in any other way?
i. In the case of online registration, please provide details of how the process works (ie. do people have to set up a user profile with the local authority, is there a specific portal they must sign in to, do they require a username and password).

ii. In the case of registration by post, whether an envelope or a freepost envelope is provided for recipients to respond

iii. In the case of any other way, please provide details of how the process works.

Annual Canvass
2. How the electoral registration form/notification for the annual canvass is distributed to residents (eg. by post or an alternative form)?

3. Whether they offer the choice for people to return their annual canvass (a) online (b) by post or (c) in any other way.
i. In the case of onlin registration, please provide details of how the process works (ie. do people have to set up a user profile with the local authority, is there a specific portal they must sign in to, do they require a username and password)?

ii. In the case of registration by post, whether an envelope or a freepost envelope is provided for receipients to respond.

iii. In the case of any other way, please provide details of how the process works.

Individual Electoral Registration
4. What changes you have made to your electoral registration and annual canvass systems for the implementaiton of individual electoral registration, and whether any allowances have been made for those who are not online or are unable to use/access the internet?

5. Whether people will have the choice to register to vote/update their entry on the electoral register as part of the annual canvass (a) online (b) by post or (c) in any other way?

Response 04-03-2015

This information is exempt under Section 17 of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002; information not held.  The information would be available from the Grampian Valuation Joint Board.

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