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Referendum on how Burnley Borough Council is run - 4th May 2017

A borough-wide referendum on whether Burnley Borough Council should continue to be run by a Leader, or change to a Directly Elected Mayor, will be held on Thursday 4th May 2017.

Notice of Referendum

 

County Council Elections - 4th May 2017

For full details about the Lancashire County County Elections on Thursday 4th May 2017 and more information about becoming a councillor click here

For more information visit beacouncillor.co.uk/lancashire

Notice of Election

Burnley Central East - Statement As to Persons Nominated

Burnley Central West - Statement As to Persons Nominated

Burnley North East - Statement As to Persons Nominated

Burnley Rural - Statement As to Persons Nominated

Burnley South West - Statement As to Persons Nominated

Padiham and Burnley West - Statement As to Persons Nominated

Notice of Election Agents

 

More info:

You must be registered to vote to take part. Visit www.gov.uk/register-to-vote to register - all you need is your National Insuarnce number

The following people are allowed to vote:

If you are aged eighteen years or over on the day of poll and are

  • A British or Irish citizen living in the UK, or
  • A Commonwealth citizen living in the UK who has leave to remain in the UK or who does not require leave to remain in the UK, or
  • A British citizen living overseas who has been registered to vote in the UK in the last 15 years

For information on any elections coming up, and results from elections over the last few years, click the links 'in this section' on the right.

How to vote

Poll cards are delivered shortly before an Election. Each member of the household who is eligible to vote should receive a poll card which informs them of the date of the election, where their polling station is and the hours of poll. You do not need to take the poll card with you to be able to vote.

  • The hours of poll for all elections are 7am to 10pm
  • On arrival at your designated polling station, the Presiding Officer will have ask you to confirm your name and address and will issue you with a ballot paper
  • The ballot paper will have an official mark
  • You should take the ballot paper to the voting booth and mark with a "X" the candidate you wish to vote for
  • Fold the ballot paper and deposit it in the ballot box

Find out more about what is and isn't allowed when it comes to voting

How to become a councillor

Find out more about how to become a councillor, "A Day in the Life of" feature and other information

 

Election map

To look at a map of the electoral geography of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, please follow the link. It is provided by Ordnance Survey, Britain's national mapping agency, providing the most accurate and up-to-date geographic data, relied on by government, business and individuals.

www.election-maps.co.uk/index.jsp

 

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