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County Borough Council Elections

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County Borough Councillors

Conwy has 59 County Borough Councillors who represent 38 electoral divisions. Depending on the size of the division there may be up to four Councillors representing that area.

Councillors have a duty to the whole county borough, but they have a special duty to the people who live in the electoral division they were elected to represent. This includes the people who did not vote for them. 

How to become a Councillor 

The next scheduled local elections are due to take place in 2022 (unless an unexpected vacancy arises before this). Councillors will be elected for a five year term.

Do you care deeply about your local community? Why not stand for what you care about and become a local Councillor? Visit http://www.beacouncillor.wales/ for more information.

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