Elections

PollingStation.jpgThis year will see elections for Sheffield City Council and for the Police and Crime Commissioner take place on Thursday 5 May between 7am and 10pm.

 

The Boundaries for the 28 wards that make up Sheffield Council have been reviewed for the first time since 2004 – so this year is an ‘all-out’ election. All 84 council seats are up election. You will have three votes for the Council. The full list of Labour’s candidates is here.

 

You will have one vote for the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner. Labour’s Alan Billings is seeking re-election. You can find out more about Alan here.

 

Voters in the Brightside and Hillsborough constituency will also be voting to replace their MP following the untimely death of Harry Harpham. The date of the by-election has not been officially confirmed – but many have speculated that this will also be on Thursday 5 May. Longstanding local resident and local Councillor Gill Furniss will be Labour’s candidate. You can find out more about Gill's Campaign here.

 

On 23 June 2016 between 7am and 10pm will be your chance to vote to either Leave or Remain in the EU.

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