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More details on elections to be held in May

Elections / Mon 8th Apr 2024 at 02:35pm

THE candidates standing in the Harlow Council elections on Thursday 2 May 2024 have been announced today. The full list of candidates by ward can be viewed at: www.harlow.gov.uk/sites/default/files/documents/Statement%20of%20persons%20nominated%20-%20local%20council.pdf

Due to ward boundary changes all 33 seats on Harlow Council will be up for election meaning three candidates from each of the 11 wards will be elected. Due to the new wards, where people usually vote might have changed. Residents can check their polling station at https://selfserve.harlow.gov.uk/service/Find_my_polling_station

There is also a County Council by election taking place for the Harlow South East Division. Candidates standing in this election are at: www.harlow.gov.uk/sites/default/files/documents/Statement%20of%20persons%20nominated%20-%20county%20council.pdf

The deadline to register to vote in the May elections is by 11.59pm on Tuesday 16 April. It is quicker and easier to register online – www.gov.uk/registertovote

The deadline to apply for a postal vote is by 5pm Wednesday 17 April – www.gov.uk/apply-postal-vote

The deadline to apply for a proxy vote (choosing someone to vote on your behalf if you are unable to) is by 5pm Wednesday 24 April – www.gov.uk/apply-proxy-vote

You will need to show one form of photo ID to be able to vote at a polling station. Acceptable ID includes a passport, photo driving licence or national concessionary bus pass. If you don’t have an accepted form of photo ID, you can apply for a free Voter Authority Certificate – www.gov.uk/apply-for-photo-id-voter-authority-certificate

Paper applications for a Voter Authority Certificate, postal vote or proxy vote can be obtained by telephoning 01279 446042.

All the latest Harlow election news is at www.harlow.gov.uk/voting-and-elections/latest-election-news

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5 Comments for More details on elections to be held in May:

Pardon?
2024-04-09 09:59:11

Why are the Harlow Conservatives down as "Local Conservatives" when they are a part of and their campaigns are funded by the National Conservative Party??? Just as Harlow Labour is down as the Labour and Co-operative Party, The Harlow Conservatives should be down as The Conservative Party, they can try as much as they want to distance themselves from the national gov/party but they are one and the same, as per Dan Swords (and other Conservatives Councillors) Register of interests "The Conservative Party covered the cost of my election expenses" therefore they should be down as the true party they are, the one that funded their campaigns/election expenses: The Conservative Party not a fake cover party of the "Local Conservatives". Is this even legal?

Bill Collins
2024-04-09 12:17:15

If it weren't legal wouldn't be happening, would it? They are doing the job, keeping London boroughs from dumping people in our town. Labour lets all outsiders in over Harlow people.

Kim Oconnor
2024-04-10 10:25:02

When will we see information on burnt mill flats, we're thay cash bought or a loan. I'm just interested to know.

anyone else
2024-04-10 10:31:22

Bill, how on earth can you say that??? When it was the Conservative party who put forward and passed the legislation national to allow "London boroughs to dump their people in our town" and other towns up and down the country. It is very interesting that now the "Local Conservative" party has to work against the "national" Conservative Party to block it... what a joke and a waste of time and resources.

Kim Oconnor
2024-04-10 10:42:36

Anyone else, yep.

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