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Elections took place in Warwickshire on Thursday 6 May 2021.

Voting is now closed and results have been published online.

There are 57 divisions for re-election within Warwickshire County Council.

By voting, you are exercising your democratic right to have a say over who represents your area on the local issues that affect you.

Voting in a local election is important and your vote is valuable.

County Council elections are administered by borough and district councils on behalf of Warwickshire County Council.

Access information on the elections happening in your area:

How do you register to vote?

You need to be registered to vote to take part in elections. If you are not already registered to vote, you can register to vote online.

You can no longer register to vote in the elections on 6 May. You can still register for future elections.

Ways you can vote in the May elections

Voting in person at your local polling station

Measures will be put into place to make sure polling stations and count venues operate safely in line with COVID 19 regulations.

Elections teams are making plans to help you stay safe at your polling station.

Voting by post

As an alternative to voting in person at a polling station you can apply to vote by post.

Postal voting is available to all those electors who have registered individually. If you have not registered individually you will need to do this before you can apply to vote by post.

The deadline for receipt of postal vote applications was 20 April 2021.

Please apply as early as possible.

Voting by proxy

Voting by proxy is when you ask someone you trust to vote on your behalf. You will need to complete a proxy vote application form.

You can choose to vote by proxy for one election or have a permanent long-term proxy vote. 

You can apply for a proxy vote until 27th April. After this date, an emergency proxy vote is available in certain circumstances. Please contact your district or borough council for details.