Anyone eligible to vote in Guernsey's election next year can register on the electoral roll from today.
It is the first fully island-wide election, after islanders voted for it in a referendum last year.
Full details of who can vote, where ballots can be cast and how the new system will work, can be found at election2020.gg.
The island's Registrar General of Electors says he is hopeful that many people will register to vote.
Information on postal voting can also be found on the website and can be applied for at the same time as the electoral roll.
To be eligible to vote, islanders need to be 16 years of age by the 17 June 2020 and have been resident in Guernsey for two years continuously or for five years if having left and returned.
The electoral roll will remain open until the 30th April.