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Municipal Elections - Thursday, 5 May, 2011
Stoke-on-Trent City Council has been subject to an Electoral Review by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England. As a result, the city now has 44 councillors.
These are elected in a mixture of single and multi-member wards (31 single member wards, 5 two member wards and 1 three member ward)
Councillors are elected at whole-Council elections to serve for a period of four years. The next whole-council elections will not take place until May 2015.
To view the results of the 2011 Alternative Vote referendum for Stoke-on-Trent please follow the link from this page.
Don't get left out of the Electoral Register
Councillors are your voice - make sure that you're on the electoral register so that you can take part in the city council and General Elections. If you've received your form but not returned it please send it back as soon as possible. There are other ways to register - please use the links from this page to find out more.
Police and Crime Commissioner Elections – 15 November 2012
Stoke-on-Trent City Council will be the lead authority for Staffordshire for the PCC elections. Further updates will appear here as they become available.
General information can be found on the Home Office website.
The website includes information on who may stand as a candidate as well as a candidate booklet explaining why you might
want to run for election.