Nottinghamshire County Council elections
The next County Council election will be held in 2017.
The most recent Nottinghamshire County Council election took place on 2 May 2013. You can view the results of the May 2013 election in detail.
You can also:
- view the current composition of the County Council on our how the Council works page
- find more information on our current councillors and how to get in touch with them
- find out how to become a county councillor [PDF].
Francis Purdue-Horan, Conservative, was elected to the Bingham Division at a by-election held on Thursday 4 August 2016.
The by-election followed the death of County Councillor Martin Suthers, OBE.
Councillor Francis Purdue-Horan was elected with a majority of 38 on a turnout of 28.1%.
David Martin, Selston Parish Indepdendents, was elected to the Selston Division at the by-election on Thursday 26 November 2015
The by-election followed the resignation of former County Councillor, Gail Turner, for personal and family reasons.
Councillor David Martin was elected with a majority of 1,260 votes on a turnout of 34.2%.
Other local elections
District, borough, parish and town council elections are held at different times. Check with these councils when their next election is.
If you live in Nottingham city you will vote in the City Council elections.
You will only need to register to vote once to be able to vote in any of these elections.
More on local elections on GOV.UK.
In a general election registered voters in all areas of the country vote for an MP to represent them in the House of Commons. The last general election was in 2015.
More information on general elections from GOV.UK.
Elections to the European Parliament are every five years and the last were in 2014.
More information on European elections on GOV.UK.