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.
The annual canvass for the 2014 register has now started. There is no qualifying date for the register so all residents are advised to complete and return the form as soon as it arrives. The new register will be published on 17 February 2014.
Accession of Croatia to the European Union. As of 1 July 2013 Croatian nationals living in the UK will fulfil the nationality qualification for registration as European Union citizens. Applications to register to vote can now be accepted and once registered Croatian nationals will be eligible to vote at local elections.
The date for the next European Parliamentary election has now been confirmed as 22 May 2014. Apart from the European Parliamentary election there no other elections scheduled in Epsom & Ewell for 2014 but for those Councils who are due to have local elections on 1 May 2014 there are plans to move those elections to the same date. The draft order for the proposed date change is currently being laid before both Houses of Parliament.
The results for the County Council Elections which was held on 2 May 2013 and other information about the elections including official notices are available on the County Council Election page.
February 2013 - The Parliamentary constituency boundary review has been postponed until 2018. This is as a result of the Electoral Registration and Administration Act 2013 receiving Royal Assent on 31 January 2013. The Boundary Commission for England have placed on their website a number of Frequently Asked Questions, which they hope will answer any queries about the early closure of the review.
Telephone: 01372 732152
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.