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Contact us online
Tel: 01372 732000
Txt:
 07950 080202

Address:
Epsom & Ewell Borough Council
Town Hall
The Parade
Epsom
Surrey
KT18 5BY

 

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Epsom & Ewell Borough Council is responsible for organising all elections in the Borough.

This section of the website provides information about all types of elections as well as what you need to do to take part in them.

Please use the links below to obtain further information:

Please note that Epsom & Ewell does not have any Parish or Town Councils.

Latest News


1 December 2015 - The Annual Canvass has finished and the 2016 register has been published. If you have moved recently and need to register you can do so on-line via the National Voter website - www.gov.uk/register-to-vote or visit the Electoral Registration page for more information.

20 November 2015 - Results of the By-Election held on 19 November 2015 in the Epsom West County Division can be found on the By-Election page.

June 2015 - If you are not registered you can do so on-line at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote or contact Electoral Services for a registration form.

Information about the elections that were held on 7 May in Epsom & Ewell is available here Borough Council elections and the Parliamentary (General) election. Advert regarding the inspection of Parliamentary election expenses.

6 June 2014 - The way you register to vote is changing. From 10 June 2014 Individual Electoral Registration (IER) starts. Information is available on the Electoral Registration page. 

Further Information

Telephone: 01372 732152 or 732120
email: electoralservices@epsom-ewell.gov.uk

Useful links

The Electoral Commission is an independent body that was set up by the UK Parliament. Their aim is to foster public confidence and participation in the democratic process in the UK.

The Association of Electoral Administrators (AEA) is a professional body representing the interests of electoral administrators in the United Kingdom.

The Ministry of Justice is the government department with responsibility for democracy. Responsibilities include law and policy on running elections and modernising the constitution.

page updated: Saturday, 13 February 2016 © Epsom & Ewell Borough Council 2016