Electoral Services are responsible for the conduct of all elections and referenda held within the county borough. This includes the administration of postal and proxy voting, maintaining lists of Service and overseas electors, promoting participation in democracy and electoral boundary issues.
Information of pending elections including County Borough Council elections, European Parliamentary elections, UK Parliamentary elections and Welsh Assembly elections.
View the latest election results. An archive of past elections is also available.
Police and Crime Commissioner election and results.
Polling station opening hours and what happens at the polling station.
Frequently asked questions and answers about voting.
Local authorities have a duty to review their UK Parliamentary Polling Districts and Polling Places every four years. The latest review was carried out during August 2011. The results can be found here.
Find out about postal voting and how to apply.
Find out about proxy voting, eligibility criteria and how to apply.
Information about the electoral register and where you can inspect it.
Find out how to add or remove names, or to re-register for those households where the details on the electoral roll have not changed since the previous year. You will also find details of our automated telephone line and on-line registration facility.
Have you moved house or changed your name? Find out how to register to vote at any other time in the year outside the annual review period.
Ordnance Survey's Election Maps website provides a wealth of information for those who work, or take an interest, in our democracy. It is a valuable tool to identify the different levels of democratic decision making in the county borough.