A General Election was held in the UK on Thursday 12 December 2019

Results

The Results of the 2019 General Election are now available below.

Totnes Constituency - Results

For the results for the South West Devon Constituency, please visit https://www.plymouth.gov.uk/votingandelections/ukparliamentaryelection2019/ukparliamentaryelection2019results

 


Notice of Election

The Notice of Election is published below:

Totnes Constituency

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If you live in South West Devon Constituency, please note that election notices, poll cards and postal ballots will be issued by Plymouth City Council. You can see notices on their website at Plymouth.gov.uk.

To find out which Parliamentary Constituency you live in, please see UK Parliament Consituency Finder.


Nominations

The Statement of Persons Nominated, Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Stations can be viewed below:

Statement of Persons Nominated and Situation of Polling Stations - Totnes Constituency

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The Notice of Election Agents can be viewed below:

Totnes Constituency

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If you live in South West Devon Constituency, please note that election notices, poll cards and postal ballots will be issued by Plymouth City Council. You can see notices on their website at Plymouth.gov.uk.

To find out which Parliamentary Constituency you live in, please see UK Parliament Consituency Finder.


Where do I vote?

If you are not sure where your polling station is, you can check here.

You do not need your polling card to vote. The poll clerk and presiding officer will have a list of persons registered to vote at each polling place.


Registering to Vote

The deadline to register to vote at the forthcoming General Election was Tuesday 26 November.

You can register or update your address here, but you will not be able to vote on December 12.


Postal and Proxy Votes

The deadline for a new postal or postal proxy vote was 5 p.m. on Tuesday 26 November.

The deadline for a prxy vote application was 5 p.m. on Wednesday 4 December. After this date you may be able to apply for an emergency proxy vote in certain circumstances. You can apply for a proxy vote here.

The first date that electors can apply for replacements for lost postal votes will be Friday 6 December.


Get in Touch

For all other information, please contact our Elections Team.