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Elections - current and future

Current elections

Results for elections held on 6th May 2021

See all notices of elections here

COVID-19 Information

We are currently making provisions to ensure that voting at polling stations will be as safe as possible during the current Covid-19 situation. We are working hard with Central Government, the Electoral Commission and the wider electoral community and public health authorities to help ensure you can stay safe when casting your vote next May

However, should you have any concerns about voting in person, please be aware that you can set up a postal vote to receive your ballot papers via the postal service, instead of attending a polling station.

Election 2021 Frequently Asked Questions

Key dates and deadlines

Register to vote - the last day to register to vote

The deadline to register for a postal vote is

The deadline to appoint a proxy to vote on your behalf

Statutory timetable for the above election

Where do I send completed application forms?

You can either email a scanned image of the form or a clear photograph, showing the full page, to or post to:

North Warwickshire Borough Council
Democratic Services
The Council House
South Street


Paper version

If you require a paper copy of a postal vote application posting out to you, please email with your name and address, confirming that you would like us to post one out to you.

Alternatively, you can call our contact centre on 01827 715341 to ask them to arrange an application form to be posted out to you.

Polling Stations - Find your Polling Station

Voting - what happens

Find out what happens when you go to vote at a Polling Station


North Warwickshire's election results are published:

  1. Results page of this website
  2. on our Facebook account -
  3. on our Twitter account -


Agents Election Notices, if any, are available in Election Downloads


Receipt of nominations

Registering to vote

Last date for registration to vote

Postal and Proxy Vote Applications

Last updated Monday, 18th October 2021

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