Elections

By-Election – Nuneaton Whitestone

A vacancy now exists in the County Division of Nuneaton Whitestone Division due to the resignation of Councillor Martin Heatley. The date of the election will be Thursday 13th August, with polling hours running from 7am to 10pm. The election count and announcement of results will take place on after the close of poll.

Election of a County Councillor

The following is a statement of the persons nominated for election as a County County Councillor for Nuneaton Whitestone Division.

Name of candidate Home address Description (if any) Name of proposer Reason why no longer nominated *
CRICHTON Andrew 11 Marsdale Drive, Nuneaton, CV10 7DE The Labour Party Candidate Johnson Philip  
LUDFORD Mick 215 Marston Lane, Nuneaton, CV11 4RF Green Party Walsh Eileen  
MORGAN Jeff 1 The Nook, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV11 4LG The Conservative Party Candidate Clarke Jeffrey  
WAINE Alwyn 101 Golf Drive, Nuneaton, CV11 6ND UK Independence Party (UKIP) Waine John  

*Decision of the Deputy County Returning Officer that the nomination is invalid or other reason why a person nominated no longer stands nominated.

The persons above against whose name no entry is made in the last column have been and stand validly nominated.

Statement of Persons Nominated (PDF, 14.3 KB) 

Notice of Election (DOCX, 40.41 KB) Nuneaton Whitestone Election Timetable (PDF, 7.51 KB) Casual Vacancy Notice – Nuneaton Whitestone (PDF, 8.5 KB) Frequently Asked Questions (DOCX, 211.59 KB)

 

County council election results

View county council election results
Warwickshire County Council elections last took place on Thursday the 2nd of May 2013, and full results by area are available to view online. You can also view past election results alongside the 2013 declarations, and find links to download historical data. The next County elections are due in May 2017.

 

Parliamentary Elections 2015

The UK Parliamentary election and local elections (District/Borough and Parish/Town) were held in Warwickshire on Thursday 7 May. Each District/Borough Council is responsible for delivering an elections service in their area (for both local and parliamentary elections) and publishing the results. 

BBC – View Parliamentary results

 

Register to vote

To register for the next election, and to find out more about voting, visit Gov.UK – Your Vote Matters or contact your local district or borough electoral office:

Postal voting

People who cannot, or do not wish to go to their polling station on election days can apply for postal votes. You will need to visit your local council’s website for further information on postal voting:

Proxy voting

If you are unable to go to your polling station on election day, you can apply to vote by proxy. A proxy is someone who votes on your behalf; please visit your local council’s website for further information on voting by proxy: