As an EU citizens in Scotland, if you are 16 or over, you are eligible to vote in some elections. You will find below resources on the rights of you and your family members to vote in Scotland before, during and after the Brexit transition period.

European Elections Website and Candidates

You can find more information on the European Elections by visiting the European Elections 2019 website.

Cobfused about the candidates? You can check whose views match your own playing a game at YourVoteMatters.EU.

#EUandMe

How does Europe affect our everyday lives? How does it impact our jobs, our families, our health care, our hobbies, our journeys, our security, our consumer choices and our social rights? And how is Europe present in our towns, cities and regions?

Find out more by visiting the website.

Right to Vote – a downloadable Factsheet

This factsheet provides a brief summary of the rights of you and your family members to vote in Scotland before, during and after the Brexit transition period.

This Information is intended for guidance only and was reproduced from information from The Human Rights Consortium Scotland, JustRight Scotland & Scottish Universities Legal Network on Europe.

***This factsheet is being updated. We will upload it in due course.

Registering to vote – a guide

To be able to vote in the UK, you need to register to vote. The process is easy and may be done online. The Electoral Commission, the independent body which oversees elections and regulates political finance in the UK, has prepared a guide for you on registering to vote in the UK elections.

This Time I’m Voting EU

As an EU citizen, you are still entitled to vote in European Parliament Elections, even when the UK leaves in the European Union. The European Parliament has launched a campaign to keep you informed about your rights and ways to vote.