Parliamentary (general) election on Thursday 12 December 2019
The file download Parliamentary election on Thursday 12 December includes information about the election, including registering to vote, applying for a postal or proxy vote, and the expected dates for poll cards and postal votes to be posted. It will be updated during the election period. The notice of election is also available to download.
Polling hours will be 7 am to 10 pm.
If you are not registered to vote, and wish to apply, please go to www.gov.uk/registertovote - you will need your national insurance number as part of the process.
For an application form for postal or proxy voting please go the register to vote page, or to https://www.electoralcommission.org.uk/i-am-a/voter
The key deadlines for this election are:
- 5 pm on Tuesday 26 November - the last time for us to recive an application to vote by post or change or cancel and existing postal or proxy vote
- Tuesday 26 November - the last date for making an application to be registered to vote
- 5 pm on Wednesday 4 December - the last time for us to recive an application to appoint a proxy
More information on this is available in the Parliamentary election download.
Results of previous elections within the District
- View our election results page
Registering to vote and voting by post or proxy
- View our Register to vote page
District, town and parish councils
West Oxfordshire District Council is made up of 49 elected Councillors, with one third elected three years in four.
- For more information about future district elections please see: Electoral cycle (pdf)
- For more details of election years for your town or parish please see: Parish and Town Council Election Years (pdf)
Parliamentary elections: May 2022
The next election of a member of parliament for the Witney constituency is currently scheduled to take place on Thursday 5 May 2022.
Police and Crime Commissioner: May 2020
The next election of a Police and Crime Commissioner is scheduled for Thursday 7 May 2020.
For information about the Police and Crime Commissioner, please see the official website for the Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner.