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Nottinghamshire Elections 2021

06 May 2021

Voters go to the polls today to elect 66 county councillors from seven districts across Nottinghamshire.

Going to a Polling Station to vote?

If you’re heading to a Polling station today to vote, please remember to:

  • Wear a face covering, unless exempt.
  • Use hand sanitisers at the entrance and exit.
  • Follow the one-way system.
  • Observe social distancing measures.

Polling stations are open 7am – 10pm and are safe & Covid compliant.

Pencils will be provided but please bring your own pen or pencil into the polling station if you wish.

You should not go to the polling station if you are unwell, showing Covid symptoms or are self-isolating.

Use your vote to shape decisions in Notts on how we spend in excess of a £1 billion budget on services such as social care, health provision, highways, school admissions and more.

Your vote counts - use it.

Forgot to post your postal vote?

Don't worry - if you’ve forgotten to post your postal vote you can deliver it by hand to your polling station or you can get someone else to do this for you.

Polling stations close at 10pm.

Alternatively, you can take your postal vote to the elections office at the local council.

Got Covid symptoms?

If you had planned on voting in person you can apply for an emergency proxy vote up until 5pm on polling day on the grounds of having, or being at risk of having, coronavirus.

Staff in the elections office will be able to give you more details on this procedure.

Candidates

You can view the candidates for your area in the Notice of Polls section on the Council website.

Where can I find out the results from the election?

Counting starts in all seven districts across Nottinghamshire at 10am on Friday 7 May.

We are the official results service for the local elections, announcing each seat as it is declared.

You can follow the results by:

 

Results are expected to come through from 10.30am onwards, so tune in to hear the results and find out who will manage a budget in excess of £1 billion for delivering local services such as social care, health provision, highways, school admissions and more across Nottinghamshire.

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