The UK Electoral Roll is a definitive list of people who are eligible to vote. It is also known as the Register of Electors, Electoral Register and Voters Roll.
Since 2002, there are 2 versions available, Full and Edited Electoral Rolls.
The full Electoral Register lists all people who are entitled to vote but only credit reference agencies can perform searches on the full Electoral Register if people apply for credit or to prevent financial crime.
The 2013 Electoral Roll has been implemented into our datasets. Currently almost 28 million records are available on the 2013 Electoral Register. The implementation of the 2013 Voters Roll into our online people search solution underlines our commitment to providing our customers with the most accurate up–to–date information.
Tracesmart holds the edited Electoral Rolls from 2003–2013, which excludes registrants who have chosen to remove their details from the public register.
Opt-out levels are rising every year so you need to search past and present Electoral Rolls to maximise the chances of a positive people trace.
Our search database contains official edited Electoral Roll records for the past 10 years. It is the only dataset that is updated monthly and we do not charge any hidden fees to search all of our Electoral Registers.