Isle of Anglesey County Council

UK Parliamentary election


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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.

You will need photo ID to vote

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Polling stations

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Register to vote

You can no longer register to vote in the General Election on 4 July 2024. You can only vote if you have already registered to vote.

Applying for a postal vote

​You can no longer apply for a postal vote in this election. 

Applying for proxy vote

​You can no longer apply for a proxy vote in this election. 

Voter Authority Certificate 

​You can no longer apply for a Voter Authority Certificate in this election.


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