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Elections are a democratic process where citizens aged 18 and over, elect political candidates to represent them, and their interests, locally, nationally and internationally.

Every day, vital decisions affecting all our lives are taken by local councillors, Members of Parliament, the National Assembly for Wales and the European Parliament.

Their decisions cover many issues including education and employment, health, business, housing, the environment, leisure and social services.

Make sure you have your say - use your right to vote. If you don't, you will lose your chance to influence the way things are run in the country, or your part of it. Anyone who is registered in the Register of Electors is able to vote. All votes are equal - your vote is as important as anyone's.

This section explains the different types of elections that are held (and when), and gives information on the results of the most recent.

Phone: (01492) 576052 or (01492) 576051


Electoral Services
Conwy County Borough Council
LL32 8DU

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Office hours:
8.45am - 5.15pm Mondays to Thursdays
8.45am - 4.45pm Fridays

Community, Local and National Election Results

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EU Referendum
EU Referendum 19/05/2016

Referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union on 23 June 2016.

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Community, Local and National Election Results

Summaries and detailed results for elections.

Local Elections

Elections for Conwy County Borough Councillors and Community Councillors were held on Thursday, 3 May 2012.

Register to vote

The electoral register is a list of the names and address of everyone who is registered to vote. To be able to vote in local, national and European elections you will need to be on the electoral register.

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County Council By-Elections

County Council By-elections are held in the event of a vacancy arising on the Council in- between the elections.

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European Elections

For European elections, the whole of the UK is split into 12 regional areas.

UK Parliamentary Elections

Parliamentary Elections are also called General Elections in which you are able to vote for your local Member of Parliament (MP).

Your MPs split their time between work at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London and local work in your area.

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Postal and Proxy Votes

If you are unable to vote in person at any election you may apply to vote by post or proxy.

The Returning Officer

The Returning Officer is the person who has the overall responsibility for the conduct of elections. The Returning Officer is an officer of the Council who is appointed under the Representation of the People Act 1983, although appointed by the council the role of the Returning Officer is one of a personal nature and distinct and separate from their duties as an employee of the council.

*Assembly Elections 2016
Assembly Elections

The National Assembly for Wales represents all of the people in Wales.

The Elections were held in 40 Assembly constituencies and 5 Assembly regions across Wales. This results in the election of 60 Assembly Members overall.

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Police and Crime Commissioner Elections

Police and Crime Commissioners are accountable for how crime is tackled in their police force area.

Review of Community Areas and Electoral Arrangements for Communities in the County Borough of Conwy

You may be aware that Conwy County Borough Council has a duty to keep under review the community areas and community electoral arrangements within the County Borough in accordance with sections 55(2) and 57(4) of the Local Government Act 1972.

Polling District and Polling Place Review

The Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013 requires us to carry out a review of our UK Parliamentary polling districts and polling places by the end of January 2015.

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Bodlondeb, Conwy,
North Wales, LL32 8DU.
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