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UK Parliamentary general election

Sussex Weald constituency

This election was held on Thursday 4 July 2024.

There are 650 constituencies in the UK, and each elects one Member of Parliament (MP). Learn more about MPs on the UK Parliament website.

A new set of constituency boundaries will be used for the 2024 UK general election. This means that your constituency may have changed. Learn more about the 2024 boundary changes.

9 candidates stood in the Sussex Weald constituency.

Electorate 72,885
Ballot Papers Issued 49,376
Spoilt Ballots 190
Turnout 67%

You have a new constituency

At the last parliamentary election your constituency was Wealden. On 4 July, your constituency will be Sussex Weald

A new set of constituencies will be used for the 2024 UK general election. This is happening to take account of changes in population. Learn more about these changes on the UK Parliament website.

Key: Previous constituency (grey) new constituency (pink)

Wikipedia

Sussex Weald is a constituency of the House of Commons in the UK Parliament. Further to the completion of the 2023 Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies, it was first contested at the 2024 general election. The constituency name refers to the Weald region of Sussex.

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