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Thursday 6 May 2021

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Police and Crime Commissioner for North Wales

This election was held on Thursday 6 May 2021.

5 candidates stood in the North Wales Police force area.

Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) are elected to hold the police to account. They have responsibility for their police force's finance, and can appoint or dismiss the Chief Constable. Once elected, each PCC must produce a Police and Crime Plan, which sets their force's strategic direction.

People aged 16 and 17 are not eligible to vote in PCC elections.

Find out more about Police and Crime Commissioner elections at the Choose my PCC website.

Senedd Cymru elections

North Wales region

This election was held on Thursday 6 May 2021.

66 candidates stood in the North Wales region.

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Labour Party

When voting for members of the Senedd, you will have two votes. One for a member to represent your constituency, and one to represent your Welsh region. The Senedd currently has 60 elected members.

Members of the Senedd, or the Welsh Parliament, are elected to create laws for Wales and hold the Welsh Government to account. The Senedd is a devolved parliament, meaning legislative power has been transferred from the UK Government to the Senedd to give Welsh people more of a say on the laws made in Wales. The Senedd holds power over issues such as health, education and transport. The Senedd also has some tax-raising powers.

Read more about the Senedd's powers.

Senedd Cymru elections

Alyn and Deeside constituency

This election was held on Thursday 6 May 2021.

7 candidates stood in the Alyn and Deeside constituency.

When voting for members of the Senedd, you will have two votes. One for a member to represent your constituency, and one to represent your Welsh region. The Senedd currently has 60 elected members.

Members of the Senedd, or the Welsh Parliament, are elected to create laws for Wales and hold the Welsh Government to account. The Senedd is a devolved parliament, meaning legislative power has been transferred from the UK Government to the Senedd to give Welsh people more of a say on the laws made in Wales. The Senedd holds power over issues such as health, education and transport. The Senedd also has some tax-raising powers.

Read more about the Senedd's powers.

Where to vote

You should get a "poll card" through the post telling you where to vote.

If you haven't got one, or aren't sure where to vote, you should call Flintshire County Council on 01352 702329 / 01352 702327 / 01352 702412.

Read more about how to vote.

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