Skip to main content

Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn - Isle of Anglesey County Council

UK Parliamentary election

The UK Parliamentary election will take place on Thursday 4 July 2024. This is also called a general election.

The election gives people the opportunity to choose their Member of Parliament (MP). An MP represents a local area (constituency) in the House of Commons for up to 5 years. 

There will be a choice of several candidates in each constituency. Some will be the local candidates for national political parties. 

The candidate that gets the most votes will become MP for their constituency. 

Unsure if you are registered? Speak to our elections team on 01248 751827.

Register to vote

If you want to vote in this election, you must be registered to vote. If you have moved since registering to vote, you must register again. 

You must register to vote by Tuesday 18 June to vote in this election.

Find out how to register to vote.

Applying for a postal vote

If you want to vote by post, you can apply for a postal vote​. 

You must apply for a postal vote by 5pm on Wednesday 19 June 2024.

Applying for proxy vote

If you want someone to vote on your behalf, you can apply for a proxy vote​.

You must apply for a proxy vote by 5pm on Wednesday 26 June 2024.

Voter Authority Certificate 

If you want to apply for photo ID to vote (called a Voter Authority Certificate), you can apply online.

You must apply for a Voter Authority Certificate by 5pm on Wednesday 26 June 2024.

Guidance for candidates and agents

To become nominated as a candidate at a UK Parliamentary general election in Great Britain, you need to submit a completed set of nomination papers to the place fixed by the (A)RO by 4pm, 19 working days before the poll.

This deadline is set out in law and cannot be changed for any reason.

The nomination papers can be found on the Electoal Commission website.

If you need a more accessible version, please email so that we can help you.