Electoral Services plan and manage all borough and parish elections within the Basingstoke and Deane area.
Members of Parliament are elected to the House of Commons every five years. The Basingstoke and Deane Borough is covered by the Basingstoke Constituency (which gives away Wards to Hart District Council (North East Hampshire Constituency) and Test Valley Borough Council (North West Hampshire Constituency)
Find out more information about Parliamentary Constituencies.
Elections take place every four years for Hampshire County Council and the next elections are scheduled for May 2017. The Basingstoke and Deane borough is represented by ten county councillors.
The last European Parliamentary Elections were held on Thursday, 22 May 2014. This is for the South East Region and covers the whole of Basingstoke.
Elections for the new Police and Crime Commissioner for the Hampshire Police Authority took place on Thursday 5 May 2016. Police and Crime Commissioners are elected every four years, with the next elections scheduled for May 2020.
Please be aware that a polling card is an information document that details the date of an election and the polling station that you should attend. If you do not have the polling card your right to cast your vote will not be affected as long as your name appears on the relevant Register of Electors. If you have not received a polling card and are worried that you are not entered on the Register of Electors then please contact our office as below.
Electoral Services team
If you have an enquiry about electoral services, send a message to the Electoral Services Team