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General Election 2024

Results:

Chester North and Neston

Candidates

Party

Votes

Brown, Nick

Green Party

4,102

Dixon, Samantha Kate

Labour Party

22,258 (Elected)

Eardley, Simon James Vernon

Conservative Party

10,388

Goulding, Nicholas William Sean

Reform UK

5,870

Gribbon, Steve

Liberal Democrats

2,076

Chester South and Eddisbury

Candidates

Party

Votes

Brandreth, Aphra

Conservative Party

19,905 (Elected)

Davies, Steve

Green Party

2,278

Edwards, Gillian

Independent

1,611

Herd, Rob

Liberal Democrats

5,430

Langley, Peter John

Reform UK

6,414

Stogia, Angeliki

Labour Party

16,848

Ellesmere Port and Bromborough Constituency

Candidates

Party

Votes

Alreed, Michael Christopher

Reform UK

7,278

Boulton, Ruth Kathleen

Independent

256

Carubia, Chris

Liberal Democrats

2,328

Evans, Lee

Conservative Party

5,210

Gorman, Harry Ross

Green Party

2,706

Madders, Justin

Labour Party

24,186 (Elected)

Mid Cheshire Constituency

Candidates

Party

Votes

Clawson, Helen Elizabeth

Independent

850

Cooper, Andrew Graham

Labour Party

18,457 (Elected)

Fifield, Charles

Conservative Party

9,530

Green, Mark Richard

Green Party

1,967

Guy, Emma

Reform UK

7,967

Mellor, Stella

Independent

273

Price-Harbach, Jack

Liberal Democrats

2,465

A general election took place on Thursday, 4 July 2024.

Due to a recent review of parliamentary constituency boundaries, those within Cheshire West and Chester are now as following:

  • Chester North and Neston
  • Chester South and Eddisbury
  • Ellesmere Port and Bromborough
  • Mid Cheshire

The constituency of Tatton is administered by Cheshire East and Runcorn and Helsby by Halton.

Turnout figures

Chester North and Neston Constituency

  • 63.96 per cent
  • 44,910 votes

Chester South and Eddisbury Constituency

  • 70.86 per cent
  • 52,641 votes

Ellesmere Port and Bromborough Constituency

  • 59.49 per cent
  • 42,117 votes

Mid Cheshire Constituency

  • 59.14 per cent
  • 41,624 votes

Notice of Election Agents Names and Offices

Statement of Persons Nominated, Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Stations

Notice of Elections

For information on the Runcorn and Helsby constituency please visit Halton Borough Council’s website:

Elections in Halton Borough Council

For information on the Tatton constituency please visit Cheshire East Council’s website:

Elections in Cheshire East

How to vote in a General Election

If you are already registered to vote, you will receive a poll card before election day. This will give details of your polling station.

Find your polling station

Register to vote

If you are not registered to vote, you will need to register. The deadline to register to vote in these elections is midnight on Tuesday 18 June 2024. The quickest way to register is online.

Register to vote

Voting by post

If you cannot attend the polling station on election day, you can apply to vote by post.

Apply for a postal vote

The deadline for us to receive your completed application is 5pm Wednesday 19 June 2024.

If you have a permanent postal vote or applied before 31 May 2024 your postal vote should arrive on or around 18 June 2024 if it is being sent to a UK address. If your postal vote is being sent to address outside the UK please note it will rely on local postal services and these delivery times can vary.

If you apply for a postal vote after 31 May 2024 through until the deadline of 19 June your postal vote should arrive on or around 27 June 2024 if it is being sent to a UK address. If your postal vote is being sent to address outside the UK please note it will rely on local postal services and these delivery times can vary.

The earliest date we can re-issue a lost or spoilt postal vote is 28 June.

If you are due to be away and the above dates cause you concerns you may wish to consider applying for a proxy vote instead, the details of how to do this are given below.

Appointing someone else to vote on your behalf

You can also appoint someone you trust to vote on your behalf. This is called a proxy vote.

Apply for a proxy vote

The deadline for us to receive your completed application is 5pm on Wednesday 26 June 2024.

Voting if you live outside of the UK

If you live outside the UK, you can register to vote as an overseas elector.

Find out more about registering as an overseas elector.

If you wish to stand as a candidate in the parliamentary elections, you can obtain guidance and nomination papers on the Electoral Commission website.

The deadline for delivery of completed nomination papers and deposits to the Elections Office is 4pm on Friday 7 June 2024. 

All nomination papers should be hand delivered to:

Elections Office
2nd Floor
The Portal
Wellington Road
Ellesmere Port
Ch65 0BA

You can also contact the Elections team via email at elreg@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk or you can call the Elections team on 01244 977 084.