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Elections - Election 7 May 2015

There will be combined UK Parliamentary and City Elections held in Exeter on 7 May 2015

You must be on the register of electors in order for your vote to count at these elections. Do not delay, make sure you are registered to vote now.

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UK Parliamentary Elections

Parliamentary Elections are held every 5 years. The city of Exeter is covered by 2 constituencies:

  • Exeter constituency is totally within the Exeter area and will be administered by the Returning Officer for Exeter City Council
  • East Devon constituency is partly within the Exeter area, taking in Topsham and St Loyes wards. It will be administered by the Returning Officer for East Devon District Council

More information about: Parliamentary Constituencies

Exeter City Election

There are 40 Councillors on Exeter City Council, representing the 18 wards of the City. Councillors, or Members of the Council as they are sometimes called, normally serve a term of 4 years. A third of the Councillors stand for election each year for three years. In the fourth year, elections for Devon County Council take place.

Statutory notices 

UK Parliamentary General Election, Exeter constituency

 Local Exeter City Elections

   
 

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