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May 2024 elections - PCC & Mayoral

Police and Crime commissioner Election

Elections for the Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner will take place on Thursday 2 May 2024 and information about the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner can be found on the Nottinghamshire PCC website.

Rushcliffe Borough Council is the lead authority for the Nottinghamshire Police Area, which covers eight local authorities in total

Ashfield District Council

Bassetlaw District Council

Broxtowe Borough Council

Gedling Borough Council

Mansfield District Council

Newark and Sherwood District Council

Nottingham City Council

Rushcliffe Borough Council
 

For more information about the Police and Crime Commissioner elections, please click here.

The notice of election and notice of candidates election addresses submission for this election can be viewed below:

Notice of election - PCC

Notice of election - PCC (HTML)

Notice of candidates election addresses submission - PCC

Notice of candidates election addresses submission - PCC (HTML)

 

The Nominations for this election have now closed and the statement of persons nominated and the notice of appointment of election agents can be viewed below:

Statement of persons nominated - PCC

Statement of persons nominated - PCC (HTML)

Notice of election agents - PCC

Notice of election agents - PCC (HTML)

 

The notice of poll and situation of polling stations for this election can be found below:

Notice of poll - PCC

Notice of poll - PCC (HTML)

Situation of polling stations - PCC

Situation of polling stations - PCC (HTML)

 

Police and Crime commissioner Election Result

Candidate Name

Description

(if any)

Total Number of

Votes for candidate*

GODDEN, Gary Anthony

Labour and Co-operative Party

119355 Elected

HENRY, Caroline Elizabeth

Conservative Candidate – More Police, Safer Streets

77148

WATTS, David Kenneth

Liberal Democrats

32410

Certificate of PCC Result

Police and Crime Commissioner Certificate of Count Totals

Declaration of PCC Result 

 

East Midlands Combined Authority Mayoral Election

The election for the first East Midlands Combined County Authority Mayor will also take place on Thursday 2 May 2024.

Nottingham City Council is the lead authority for the East Midlands Combined County Authority area, which covers both the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire County areas.

For more information about the East Midlands Combined County Authority elections, please click here.

The notice of election can be viewed below: 

Notice of election - CAM

Notice of election - CAM (HTML)

The Nominations for this election have now closed and the statement of persons nominated and the notice of appointment of election agents can be viewed below:

Statement of persons nominated - CAM

Statement of persons nominated - CAM (HTML)

Notice of election agents - CAM

Notice of election agents - CAM (HTML)

 

The notice of poll and situation of polling stations for this election can be found below:

Notice of poll - CAM

Notice of poll - CAM (HTML)

Situation of polling stations - CAM

Situation of polling stations - CAM (HMTL)

 

East Midlands Mayor Combined Authority Election Results

Frank Adlington-Stringer (Green) 2,472
Ben Bradley (Con) 8,585
Alan Graves (Reform UK) 2,184
Matt Relf (Ind) 1,374
Helen Tamblyn-Saville (LibDem) 792
Claire Ward (LAB) 11,964.

Claire Ward was elected East Midlands Mayor.

Certificate of counts total

 

General Information

Voter ID

The UK Government introduced a requirement in 2023 for voters to show photo ID when voting at a polling station at all elections in England - this new requirement will apply again in England at the elections taking place on Thursday 2 May 2024.

At these elections you will need to bring acceptable photo ID to be able to vote at a polling station. Those voting by postal vote do not need to provide ID as separate security measures are already in place for voting by post.

You can find out more about these requirements by clicking here.
 

How do i register to vote?

To vote in these elections, you must be registered to vote by 23:59 on Tuesday 16 April.

If you’ve never registered, have recently moved to a different address, or changed your name, register to vote online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote. You can find out more about this and other ways to vote by clicking here.
 

Key dates for May 2024 elections

  • Publication of notice of election - Tuesday 26 March
  • Poll cards sent out - Tuesday 26 March
  • Deadline to register to vote - 23:59 on Tuesday 16 April
  • Postal packs sent out - Wednesday 17 April
  • Deadline to apply, change or cancel postal votes - 17:00 on Wednesday 17 April
  • Deadline to apply for proxy votes and voter authority certificate - 17:00 on Wednesday 24 April

If you have any questions or need to let us know of any accessibility needs when you visit your polling station, please contact us by emailing elections@gedling.gov.uk or call us on 0115 901 3917.