Who Can I Vote For?

Cornwall local election

St Stephen-in-Brannel ward

This election will be held on Thursday 6 May 2021.

You will have up to 1 vote. You can choose from 1 ballot option in the St Stephen-in-Brannel ward.

How you vote This election uses First-past-the-post.

Mark an X in the box for your preferred candidate.

You can vote for up to 1 candidate in this election.

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.

Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon & Cornwall

This election will be held on Thursday 6 May 2021.

You can choose from 1 ballot option in the Devon & Cornwall Police force area.

How you vote This election uses Supplementary Vote.

Mark an X in the first column for your first choice. Mark an X in the second column for your second choice. You do not have to mark a second choice.

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.

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.

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

St Stephen-in-Brannel Parish Council

You are also represented by 14 councillors on St Stephen-in-Brannel Parish Council - St Stephen.

Parish councils are the first tier of local government, and have a wide range of powers including looking after community buildings, planning, street lighting and allotments. They also have the power to raise money through council tax, known as the ‘precept’. In 2020-2021, St Stephen-in-Brannel Parish Council raised £246,221 through the precept.

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 Cornwall Council on 0300 123 1115.

Read more about how to vote.

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