By Election - 4 July
Residents living in the Eccleston and Mawdesley ward will be going to the polls on 4 July to fill the council vacancy left behind following the sad death of Henry Caunce.
To be able to vote in this election you must live in the borough ward, and be registered to vote. The deadline to register to vote in this election is Tuesday, 18 June 2019.
For more key dates relating to this election expand the By Election 2019 key dates heading below.
The polls have closed and Labour retains control of Chorley Council, gaining five seats from the Conservatives. The new political make up of the council is Labour 37, Conservative 8 and Independent 2. The full results are in the tab below.
European Parliamentary Elections
The votes in the European Parliamentary Elections for Chorley are:
Change UK - 1,013
Conservative - 3,310
English Democrats - 189
Green Party - 3,448
Labour - 5,013
Liberal Democrats - 4,651
The Brexit Party - 11,582
UK European Union Party - 121
UK Independence Party - 1,086
Mohmmad Aslam - 24
Tommy Robinson - 519
Rejected ballot papers - 244
Register to Vote
To be able to vote at elections and referendums you need to be included on the electoral register. You only need to register once to vote in every election, referendum that you are entitled to vote in.
You can apply to register to vote in future elections online at www.gov.uk/registertovote or if you contact us direct on 01257 515132, email@example.com to request a registration form. Forms should be returned to Chorley Council, Town Hall, Market Street, Chorley, PR7 1DP.
For more information download the Local Borough Council Elections – FAQ under the Download it section.
If you need help with registering to vote or applying for a postal vote or proxy vote please contact the council directly on 01257 515132.