Local Elections 2018

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Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn returned to MK on Thursday 29 March to launch the Labour Party Local Election campaign for Milton Keynes.

Jeremy Corbyn visits MK to launch Labour local election campaign

Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn returned to MK on Thursday 29 March to launch the Labour Party Local Election campaign for Milton Keynes. Read more

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Milton Keynes Labour have announced a team of 20 candidates for the local elections on Thursday 3 May.  Labour are hoping the 57,000 local people who voted for their party at the General Election last year will return to the ballot box to elect Labour Councillors across the borough.

Labour announce diverse team for local elections

Milton Keynes Labour have announced a team of 20 candidates for the local elections on Thursday 3 May.  Labour are hoping the 57,000 local people who voted for their party... Read more

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Five Labour Party Councillors are stepping down at the scheduled elections in May after a combined 40+ years of public service to the people of Milton Keynes.  Over 20 years of that service was from just one Labour Councillor, Steve Coventry, who has been on Milton Keynes Council since the 1990s and was Mayor of MK for 2016-17.

Thank you for 40+ years of public service

Five Labour Party Councillors are stepping down at the scheduled elections in May after a combined 40+ years of public service to the people of Milton Keynes.  Over 20 years... Read more

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Milton Keynes Council staff run the elections and are the people to contact for any official queries or complaints about the election process.

Official information about voting

Milton Keynes Council staff run the elections and are the people to contact for any official queries or complaints about the election process. Read more

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You need to register by 17 April to vote in the local council elections on 3 May, but even if you miss that deadline it's still worth registering to vote so that you will already be registered for the next election, whenever that may be.

Register to Vote

You need to register by 17 April to vote in the local council elections on 3 May, but even if you miss that deadline it's still worth registering to vote... Read more

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Anyone can apply to vote by post. You don’t need to give a reason.However, to vote by post in the 3 May elections, your local Electoral Registration Office must receive your application by 5pm on 18 April 2018.

Register for a postal vote before by 5pm on 18 April 2018

Anyone can apply to vote by post. You don’t need to give a reason.However, to vote by post in the 3 May elections, your local Electoral Registration Office must receive... Read more

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