Hadleigh Town Council
An election, if contested, to fill the two vacancies on Hadleigh Town Council (South Ward) will be held on Thursday 2 December 2021.
To vote in the election on 2 December 2021, your completed application to register must be received no later than 11:59PM on Tuesday 16 November 2021.
|Publication of Notice of Election||Tuesday19 October 2021||X|
|First day Nominations can be received||Wednesday 20 October 2021||X|
|Deadline for delivery nominations||Friday 5 November 2021||4pm|
|Publication of Statement of Persons Nominated||Monday 8 November 2021||Not later than 4pm|
|Deadline for receiving applications for registration||Tuesday 16 November 2021||11:59pm|
|Deadline for receiving new postal vote and postal proxy applications, and for changes to existing postal or proxy votes||Wednesday 17 November 2021||5pm|
|Deadline for receiving new applications to vote by proxy (not postal proxy or emergency proxies)||Wednesday 24 November 2021||5pm|
|Publication of Notice of Poll||Wednesday 24 November 2021||X|
|First date that electors can apply for a replacement for lost postal votes||Friday 26 November 2021||X|
|Polling Day||Thursday 2 December 2021||7am to 10pm|
You will need to contact our Elections team to make an appointment to deliver your nomination papers. If you arrive without having made an appointment, there may not be anyone available to receive your papers.
Papers must be hand-delivered but do not have to be delivered by the candidate themselves (for example, one trusted person can deliver the papers for several candidates).
Supplementary guidance to candidates and agents
Candidates are encouraged to read the most recent guidance, which is provided by the Electoral Commission.
Despatch of postal votes to be confirmed.
Ballot papers will be verified and counted at Hadleigh Town Hall following the close of poll at 10pm on Thursday 2 December 2021.
Candidates are encouraged to read the electoral commission guidance with regards to providing expenses.
Please note: The returning officer and staff cannot provide guidance with regards to the campaign. Any concerns about the legality of a candidate’s campaign should be reported to the police.
For any queries that are not answered in this page, please email our Elections team