Ratepayer Elector Roll
Do you live in one area and pay rates on a property in another area? You may qualify to vote in both areas at the local authority elections this October.
The place you live makes you a “residential elector”. This is based on the address you have given previously when enrolling. Your voting documents will be sent to this address.
However, if you also pay rates to a different council from where you live, or you pay rates on a property that has a community or local board different from where you live, you may also be eligible to enrol as a ‘non-resident ratepayer elector’.
To check whether you qualify to be on the ratepayer electoral roll, visit the online ratepayer portal.