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Elections in your area

Thursday 23 June 2022

You will have one ballot paper to fill out.

Recently past elections

Thursday 5 May 2022

There may also be parish, town or community council elections in some areas.

Where do I vote?

Harlow local by-election

Bush Fair ward

This election will be held on Thursday 23 June 2022.

You will have one vote, and can choose from four candidates.

  • How you vote

    This election uses First-past-the-post.

    Mark an X in the box for your preferred candidate.

    You can mark up to one candidate.

    Read the instructions at the top of your ballot paper carefully.

    For more information, visit The Electoral Commission's website or ask an official at your polling station.

The official candidate list has been published.

Harlow local election

Bush Fair ward

This election was held on Thursday 5 May 2022.

4 candidates stood in the Bush Fair ward.

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 Harlow District Council on 01279 446042/3

Read more about how to vote.

Register to vote

You need to be registered in order to vote. If you aren't registered to vote visit

Register before midnight on June 7, 2022 to vote on June 23, 2022.

If you want to vote by post in the elections on June 23, 2022, first ensure you are registered to vote and then apply for a postal vote before 5pm on Wednesday 8th June.

To register by post, contact Harlow District Council.

Electoral Registration Officer
The Latton Bush Centre
Southern Way
CM18 7BL
01279 446042/3

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