Labour held all three Coventry seats for the UK Parliamentary General election. And the last result was returned shortly before 3am today.
With less than two weeks to go until the deadline to register to vote in the General Election, Coventry City Council is urging residents to make sure they are registered in time.
With a turnout of just under 30 per cent, the city voted for Labour’s Sion Simon in both the first and second preference counts.
Whoever wins the race to be West Midlands Mayor has pledged to back Coventry’s bid to be UK City of Culture in 2021 at the highest levels of government.
People unable to get to their local polling station on 4 May for the first ever West Midlands mayoral election can still have their say by applying for a postal vote.
With Mayoral elections fast approaching, residents in Coventry are being urged to make sure they are registered to vote to be able to take part on Thursday 4 May.
Today Chris Skidmore, the Minister for the Constitution, has launched 18 pilot projects across England and Wales which could radically reduce the cost of the annual canvass for local authorities.
As part of the yearly process to check who should be registered to vote in the city, we will be sending a household enquiry form to every household asking residents to check the information is correct
People in Coventry could miss out on having their say in the upcoming EU referendum because they haven’t registered to vote.
There was a 27.48% turnout for the local elections. And the last result was returned shortly after 3.15am today.
The Council wants to encourage anyone not yet registered to vote, to take advantage of National Voter Registration Drive this week.