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Parliamentary Elections (General Elections)

Notice of Election

Parliamentary Election

Alyn and Deeside Constituency

Delyn Constituency

  

Election of a Member of Parliament for Alyn and Deeside

Declaration of result of poll

Statement of Person’s Nominated and Notice of Poll

Notice of Election Agents’ Names and Offices

Situation of Polling stations

 

Election of a Member of Parliament for Delyn

Declaration of result of poll

Statement of Person’s Nominated and Notice of Poll

Notice of Election Agents’ Names and Offices

Situation of Polling stations

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In parliamentary elections (also called general elections), you can vote for your local Member of Parliament (MP). MPs split their time between work at the Houses of Parliament in London, and work in the local area they are elected to represent.

In Flintshire there are 2 represented constituencies: Alyn and Deeside, and Delyn.

The next parliamentary election will be held on 8 June 2017.

Standing for election

Before you apply for a nomination pack, you should read the Electoral Commissions  Guidance for candidates and agents to make sure you can stand for election.

Download the Electoral Commissions  Guidance on whether or not you can stand for election

Standing as an independent candidate

Download the Electoral Commissions Guidance for Standing as an independent candidate

Standing as a party candidate

Download the Electoral Commissions Guidance for Standing as a party candidate

Apply for a nomination pack

For a nomination pack please contact 01352 702329 or elections@flintshire.gov.uk

Nomination papers can only be returned between 10am and 4pm on the 9th, 10th and 11th of May.

 

Voting

To vote in a general election you must be registered to vote, 18 years or over on polling day and also be one of the following:

Find out how to register to vote

The following cannot vote in a general election:

  • members of the House of Lords (although they can vote at elections to local authorities, devolved legislatures and the European Parliament)
  • EU citizens resident in the UK (although they can vote at elections to local authorities, devolved legislatures and the European Parliament)
  • anyone other than British, Irish and qualifying Commonwealth citizens
  • convicted persons detained in pursuance of their sentences, excluding contempt of court (though remand prisoners, unconvicted prisoners and civil prisoners can vote if they are on the electoral register)
  • anyone found guilty within the previous five years of corrupt or illegal practices in connection with an election

Important dates

The deadline to register to vote22 May 2017

The deadline to apply for a postal vote5pm 23 May 2017

The deadline to apply for a proxy vote5pm 31 May 2017

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