2022 City Elections
Register Your Voters
As we rebuild from the pandemic, registering to vote is your chance to help shape your City’s future
In March 2022, elections will be held across the Square Mile to decide who will represent City workers and residents for the next three years. Unlike in other elections elsewhere, people who work in the City can vote – and help ensure this remains one of the best places to live, work and visit in the world. Those working from home on a temporary basis due to Covid-19 are still eligible to register, as long as they still have a physical workplace in the City.
Window for registration is between 30th August – 16th December.
To engage in our election and for more information on how you can shape your future, please visit www.speakforthecity.com.
You can registered online in just a few minutes. If you have any questions or are the voter registration contact at your organisation and need your login details, please email email@example.com
If you would like to request to become a voter at your organisation, please visit speakforthecity.com/voter-registration.
For further information please visit the The City of London Corporation website.
Speak for The City
The City of London Corporation runs the Square Mile and will hold elections for 100 Common Councillors in March 2022. Voters can help make sure their priorities are on the agenda: from support in growing their business to creating safe, green and bustling streets. We also look after local services such as roads, rubbish collection, planning and the police – ensuring this remains one of the best places to live, work and visit in the world.
As we work to rebuild from the pandemic, registering to vote is your organisation’s chance to shape the City’s future.
Your chance to shape the City’s future
Who can Register?
Voters must be UK, Commonwealth or EU citizens. Businesses and other organisations in the City can nominate those who have worked for them here for at least one year since 1 September 2020. Those working from home on a temporary basis due to Covid-19 are still eligible to register, as long as they still have a physical workplace in the City. They can also appoint voters who meet other qualifications: please see the notes on the voter registration form. If a voter lives outside the City, they can be registered for local elections in both places.
A chance to showcase your diversity
The law requires that your voters reflect your workforce
You should, where possible, register a wide cross-section of your organisation and should avoid only registering senior staff. If your organisation has staff networks, who represent the interests of the wider workforce, these can provide a perfect source of voting representatives. Please use your full voter allocation – to ensure as many of your colleagues as possible are able to help shape the City’s future. You may want to email colleagues inviting them to become voting representatives. If you would like a copy of a template email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to know more about how to register voters as a business, please visit: https://www.speakforthecity.com/registration-guide
For further information please visit the The City of London Corporation Ward Election website.