Coventry has three parliamentary constituencies, each represented by one Member of Parliament (MP).
On 29 October, Parliament voted under the Fixed Term Parliaments Act 2011 that a UK Parliamentary General Election would be held on 12 December 2019.
The results will be posted online and on social media after the count has finished. The votes are counted through the night on 12 December and results are expected in the early hours of the morning of Friday 13 December.
The candidates standing for election:
There is also an external website which lists the Candidates, which you can search using your postcode. Find out more at www.whocanivotefor.co.uk (external site)
All electors who are currently registered will receive a poll card. If you haven't had a poll card by 18 November, you can contact the elections office helpline to check your registration status. The helpline number is 024 7683 3034.
If you've recently moved or turned 18, you may not be registered. You can register at www.gov.uk/registertovote.
To vote in the election on 12 December, you must:
Unlike at some elections in the UK, European Union Citizens (aside from those covered above) cannot vote in the General Election. If you've recently changed nationality, you should re-register to update this on the electoral register.
If you have a comment or complaint about the City Council's running of the elections, you should refer them to the Council's online complaints form.
If you have a complaint or issue about a candidate, agent or campaigner and you think that electoral malpractice has taken place, you should report this online.