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Elections in 2019

UK Parliamentary general election on 12 December

An election to elect a Member of Parliament for the Cambridge constituency took place on Thursday 12 December 2019.

The Cambridge constituency election results are now available.


City council by-election on 8 August

A vacancy on Cambridge City Council occurred in Newnham ward, following the resignation of Cllr Lucy Nethsingha. A by-election took place on Thursday 8 August.


European parliamentary election on 23 May

Elections to the European Parliament took place on Thursday 23 May. Cambridge is in the Eastern Region and elected seven MEPs.

Totals for the local counting area of Cambridge City Council, and the Eastern Region result can be found below:

Pre-election notices

City council elections and county council by-election on 2 May

Elections were held on Thursday 2 May 2019 for 16 of the 42 seats on Cambridge City Council and one seat on Cambridgeshire County Council.

Two of the 16 elections for city council seats were by-elections. These were in King’s Hedges ward, following the sad death of the mayor, Cllr Nigel Gawthrope, and in Trumpington ward, following the resignation of Cllr Donald Adey.

The by-election for a county council seat was for Trumpington division, following the resignation of Cllr Adey.