Elections

Find information (for voters and candidates) about the different elections in the South Holland District Council area. It includes details of Parliamentary Elections, District Elections, County Elections, Parish Elections and the Police and Crime Commissioner Elections.

The local elections were held on Thursday 2 May 2019. See the Declaration of Results for each ward to see who your Councillors are. All the Parish wards that were uncontested have the Councillors listed on the Statement of Persons Nominated for that ward.
These elections were held on Thursday 23 May 2019.
Parliamentary Elections are also known as General Elections. South Holland District Council is responsible for organising the election for the South Holland and the Deepings Constituency, which covers the whole of the South Holland District and part of the South Kesteven District Council area (Deeping St James, Market Deeping and West Deeping).
Elections of Lincolnshire County Councillors took place on Thursday 4 May 2017. Lincolnshire County Council has 70 councillors elected from the County to make county-wide decisions (such as decisions on education and social services)
South Holland falls within the East Midlands Region which elects five MEPs'. Elections are held every five years, normally in June. The next election will be held in 2019.
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) election for the Lincolnshire area was held on Thursday 5 May 2016.
We are always looking to recruit staff to assist at the elections and during the annual registration canvass. If you are interested, please contact Electoral Services.
District Council Elections - the South Holland District is divided into 18 wards electing a total of 37 District Councillors. Parish Council Elections - Within South Holland District there are 21 Parish Councils comprising a total of 217 Parish Councillors. Each councillor is elected for a period of four years