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Local Elections 2023

 

On Thursday 4 May 2023, local elections are taking place across England. To vote at a polling station, you will need to bring photo ID.

Voter ID requirement

 

From 4 May 2023, voters in England will need to show photo ID to vote at polling stations in some elections.

 

This will apply to:

  • Local elections

  • Police and Crime Commissioner elections

  • UK parliamentary by-elections

  • Recall petitions

 

From October 2023 it will also apply to UK General elections.

 

If you don't have accepted photo ID, you can apply for a free voter ID document, which is known as a Voter Authority Certificate.

Find out more about accepted forms of photo ID, how to apply for a free Voter Authority Certificate, and what to expect on polling day on the Electoral Commission website.

Notice of Election

The Notice of Election has been published by Allerdale Borough Council and can be found here

Statement of Persons Nominated

The Statement of Persons Nominated for each area where an election will take place has been published by Cumberland Council and can be found here

Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Places
The Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Places has been published by Cumberland Council and can be found here

Declaration of Results

The Declaration of Results of the contested elections held have been published by Cumberland Council and can be found here

More information about registering to vote and voting in the local elections can be found on the Parish council elections 2023 page of the Cumberland Council website.

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