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December 12 General Election

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  1. You must be registered with us to vote

    Electoral registration

    The registration system changed on 10 June 2014. The new system is called Individual Electoral Registration. For more information visit your vote matters.

  2. A Directly Elected Mayor - FAQs

    These questions will help you find out more about the Directly Elected Mayor system.

  3. Pollling station review, RO comments

    This document is relevant to our review of polling districts and polling places. It contains the comments of the returning officer.

  4. Polling area locations as of June 2014

    A list of our current polling districts and polling stations, along with details of how many electors they serve.

  5. Notice of polling district and place review

    The official notice of our review of polling districts and polling places

  6. An elected mayor - frequently asked questions

    On May 22 Copeland voted to have an election for a mayor - rather than a leader - to lead the council. This document answers some of the most requently asked questions about what happens next.

  7. Result of European elections 22 May 2014

    Copeland has now completed the count for the European Elections. You can find Copeland’s results here. For the results for the North West Region please visit

    http://www.northwestvotes.gov.uk/nwv/info/11/results

  8. Declaration referendum result

    Declaration of result of referendum

  9. Mayoral referendum result information

    Details of the result of Copeland's Mayoral referendum

  10. European Parliamentary elections verification

    European elections 2014 - notice of verification

  11. Reorganisation comm gov order 2014

    The CBC (Reorganisation of community governance) order 2014

  12. Cumbria County Council Elections – 2 May 2013

    The next County Council elections take place on Thursday 2nd May 2013. Cumbria County Council has 84 Elected Members, each representing a single electoral division of the County. Elections of all councillors are normally held on the first Thursday in May every 4 years. (By-elections may be held to fill vacancies which occur between the scheduled elections.)

  13. A Directly Elected Mayor

    In May 2015 there will be an election for a Directly Elected Mayor in Copeland. This page tells you lots about that process and we will update it as we get nearer to the election.

     

  14. Ways to vote

    Whilst the usual way to vote is to attend a polling station, if you are unable to do this, there are other options available to you.

  15. Police and crime commissioner

    Police and crime commissioner elections took place for the first time on Thursday 15 November 2012.

  16. May 2011 Election results

    Results of the most recent election of ward and parish councillors in Copeland.

  17. County Council election results

     The results of the Cumbria County Council elections in Copeland held in May 2013 are listed below. In each case (E) indicates the candidate that was elected.

  18. Results of Hensingham by-election

    The results of the Copeland Borough Council Hensingham by-election held in May 2013 is listed below. (E) indicates the candidate that was elected.

  19. Notice of Election Lowside Quarter Parish

    Notice of Election

    Lowside Quarter Parish

    July 16, 2015

  20. Postal voters need to update information If you usually have a postal vote you will be receiving a letter to enable us to update your personal information.
  21. A town council for Whitehaven?

    We want your views on the community governance review into a town/parish council for Whitehaven and Sandwith.

  22. Statement of persons nominated for Elections 2015



    Statement of persons nominated for Elections 2015







     



  23. Emergency proxy vote form (disability)

    This form allows you to apply for an emergency proxy vote if you can't get to the polling station becasue of a medical emergency or unexpected illness.

  24. Emergency proxy vote form (occupation)

    This form allows you to apply for an emergency proxy vote if you have an un expected work or service commitment that means you can't get to the polling station.

  25. Five per cent notice 2012

    Statutory notice of what constitutes 5% of the Copeland population.

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