- Borough Council and Parish/Town Council Elections 2nd May
- Broxtowe Borough Council/Parish Council Elections - 2nd May
- Voter ID
- How to Register to Vote
- Electoral Register
- When Are Elections Held?
- How and Where to Vote
- Elections and Referendum Results
- Elections and Canvass Work
- Elections Frequently Asked Questions
- European Parliamentary Elections - Thursday 23 May
Borough Council and Parish/Town Council Elections 2nd May
Nominations to stand in the Borough and Parish Council elections have now closed.
The Statement of Persons Nominated for the Broxtowe Borough Council and Parish/Town Council elections have been published. All other relevant notices in connection with the election will be published on this page.
Some Parish and Parish Ward areas are uncontested.
Voter ID Pilot
Broxtowe Borough Council is taking part in this year's voter ID pilots. This will require electors to take identification with them to the polling station on Thursday 2 May 2019. More information can be found on our Voter ID page.
Easy Read Guide
If you or someone you know need an easy read guide to understand the voting process for these elections, please check out Mencap and The Electoral Commission's Easy Read Guide to the 2019 Local Elections (.pdf) (3.25MB) (Opens in a New Window)
If your or someone you know is planning on voting in person and needs an easy read guide, please check out our How To Vote At A Polling Station Guide. (.pdf) (1.39MB) (Opens in a New Window)
Deadline to register to vote at the Borough Council and Parish/Town Council Elections
Anyone who is not already registered to vote at their current address must register by Friday 12 April 2019. Applicants can register online (Opens in a New Window) or can contact Electoral Services for an application form.
Deadline to apply for a Postal Vote at the Borough Council and Parish/Town Council Elections and Dispatch Dates
Applications to apply to vote by post (Opens in a New Window) must be received by 5:00pm on Monday 15 April 2019.
Postal ballot papers will be sent out as follows:
|Applications Received by...||Postal Vote dispatch date|
Current permanent applications
On or around Monday 15 April 2019
New applications received by Wednesday 3 April 2019
On or around Monday 15 April 2019
New applications received between Thursday 4 April and 5pm on Monday 15 April 2019
On or around Thursday 18 April 2019
Your postal vote must be received by 10:00pm on Thursday 2 May 2019 to be counted. The completed pack that you return to us must include:
- Your completed ballot paper,
- Your security statement, which must include your signature and your date of birth. If you do not sign the security statement, or provide a date other than your date of birth, for example, the date you signed the statement, your postal vote will not be counted.
How to use your postal vote pack
Deadline to apply for a Proxy Vote at the Borough Council and Parish/Town Council Elections
If you are unable to vote yourself at the polling station, you can appoint someone to place your vote as your proxy. Applications to apply for a proxy vote (Opens in a New Window) must be received by 5:00pm on Wednesday 24 April 2019.
We will send your nominated proxy a poll card that will allow them to vote on your behalf at your polling station on Thursday 2 May 2019. Your proxy can apply to vote by post on your behalf but they must complete an application form and submit it by the postal voting deadline, which is 5:00pm on Monday 15 April 2019.