North East Lincolnshire Council

Elections and electoral registration

Information on the electoral register and election results

Electoral services organises all elections for local town/parish councils, North East Lincolnshire Council, UK Parliamentary, European Parliamentary, Police and Crime Commissioner and referendums. North East Lincolnshire Council elections take place in three out of four years (a third of the councillors are elected at each time).

The team is responsible for the preparation and annual publication of the register of electors, as well the maintaining and up-dating the register during the year.

Electoral services organises all the polling stations, staff and ballot papers to ensure the smooth running of the elections. They also process all applications to vote by post or proxy and maintains the absent voters lists.

The overall aim of the service is to manage electoral registration and the election process in a transparent, accountable and innovative manner, to ensure that local people are fully able to exercise their right to vote and influence decisions that affect their lives.

The Electoral Register

Notice of the publication of the revised Register of Electors for North East Lincolnshire on 1st December 2016 can be found here.

Registering to vote

Results for parliamentary, North East Lincolnshire Council, town and parish council, European and Police and Crime Commissioner elections

Review of polling districts and polling places

Information on petitioning the council to change to a different form of governance

Information on initial proposals for new Parliamentary constituency boundaries in the Yorkshire and Humber

Information on the parliamentary election on 8th June, 2017.