District and Parish Elections – Thursday 2 May 2019

Results

Results are available here

Notices

Notice of Poll(District)

Notice of Poll(Parish)

Notice of Election (District)

Notice of Election (Parish)

Statements of Persons Nominated (District)

Statements of Persons Nominated (Parish)

 

The elections of all Councillors on Tendring District Council took place on Thursday 2 May 2019. The District Council elections were combined with the Parish Council elections.

Following a review of District wards in 2017, the District is divided into 32 wards. Details of the new ward boundaries and polling places throughout the District are available to view on our polling review page.

Ian Davidson is the Returning Officer (RO) for the Tendring District Council elections and Parish Council elections within the Tendring District. The RO for the District Council and Parish Council Elections is responsible for receiving nominations, the production of ballot papers, the dispatch of postal votes, for the provision, staffing and equipping of polling stations, the verification and counting of the votes and the declaration of results. 

Who is eligible to vote in these elections?

Most residents of the District are already registered to vote. To vote in these elections you need to be registered to vote in the UK, aged 18 or over on Thursday 2 May 2019 and:

  • Live in the District and are a British citizen, a citizen of the European Union or a qualifying Commonwealth citizen who has leave to remain
  • not be subject to any legal incapacity to vote

If you are already registered to vote you do not need to re-register.

If you are not registered to vote, you needed to apply to register by Friday 12 April 2019 to vote at the District and Parish Council elections on 2 May 2019. You can apply to register online to vote at gov.uk/register-to-vote.

The key dates for these elections:

Deadline to apply to register to vote

 Friday 12 April 2019

Deadline to apply for a postal vote

 5pm on Monday 15 April 2019

Deadline to apply for an ordinary proxy vote

 5pm on Wednesday 24 April 2019

How do I vote?

If you are a registered elector and you are eligible to vote, there are three ways you can opt to vote in these elections. Most electors will be registered to vote in person at their designated polling station.

1.  In person at your polling station

You will receive a poll card in April telling you where your polling station is. You can check your polling station location on our where to vote page.

Polling stations will be open from 7am to 10pm on Thursday 2 May 2019.

2. By post

The deadline to apply to vote by post for this election has now ended.  Please ensure that you return your postal pack so that it arrives by 10pm on Thursday 2 May 2019.

If you have lost or spoilt your postal ballot paper, the first day that we are able to issue a replacement for these is 26 April 2019.

You can find more information about voting by post on the your vote matters voting-by-post page.

3. By proxy

Voting by proxy means appointing somebody you trust to vote on your behalf. The deadline to appoint a proxy on your behalf has now ended.

If you need to appoint an emergency proxy you can do so until 5pm on 2 May 2019.  Please contact the Elections team on 01255 686575.

You can find more information about voting by proxy on the your vote matters voting-by-proxy page.

Who are the candidates?

To view a list of nominated candidates, please refer to the Statement of Persons Nominated published at the top of this page after the close of nominations on Wednesday 3 April 2019.

If you are interested in standing as a candidate, you can find more information on our page for Candidates and Agents.

You can find more information about becoming a Councillor on our Be a Councillor page.

Last updated on: 06/06/2019 - 10:01