The UK Parliament general election will take place on Thursday 12 December 2019, with polling stations open from 7am to 10pm.
The deadline to register to vote has now passed.
The deadline for receiving new applications to vote by proxy (not postal proxy or emergency proxies) has now passed (a proxy is a person who votes on the voter’s behalf).
The deadline for emergency proxy applications is 5pm Thursday 12 December 2019.
If you are registered and eligible to vote at this election you will receive a card or letter providing information on the election. If you're voting at a polling place you do not need to take your poll card with you in order to vote. Poll cards are sent mainly for information purposes.
Turnout: (67.25 per cent)
Total votes cast: 42,840 out 63,700 eligible voters
|Aiken||Nickie||The Conservative Party||17,049|
|McLachlan||Jill||Christian People’s Alliance||125|
|Nardell||Gordon Lawrence||Labour Party||11,624|
|Umunna||Chuka Harrison||Liberal Democrats||13,096|
|Van Heck||Dirk Vincent||The Liberal Party||101|
Turnout: 65.70 per cent
Total votes cast: 43,044 out of 65,519 eligible voters
|Buck||Karen Patricia||Labour Party||23,240|
|Fajardo Palacios||Gabriela Paola||Christian People’s Alliance||115|
|Lee||George Chakman Christopher||Liberal Democrats||5,593|
|Macfarlane||Jamie||The Conservative Party||12,481|
|Robinson||Holly Rose||Green Party||1,064|