Polls open as Nottinghamshire County Council elections take place today

Posted May 04, 2017

Voting is underway (from 7am) for our next County Councillors in Buckinghamshire.

The stakes could hardly be higher, with the council spending £1 million of your money every single day on hugely important services like roads, public transport, education and social care for vulnerable adults and children.

There are 57 seats up for grabs, with the Conservative administration holding 32 of them, an overall majority of seven. UKIP gained almost 18% of the votes but failed to win a single seat on Hertfordshire County Council.

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It will be the first election since the last Local Government Boundary Commission revisions.

Now the council is controlled by the Tories who enjoy a majority of 21 seats.

The Nottinghamshire County Council elections take place today with 264 candidates running for 66 seats.


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Across the county, polling stations will be open until 10pm as 270 candidates stand across 61 divisions, contesting all 64 county council seats.

Details of people's nearest polling station will be printed on their polling card.

Votes will be counted tomorrow and results will start to come in during the morning and into the afternoon.

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