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Notice of election for Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner election and Tees Valley Combined Authority Mayoral election published

19 March 2024
A man stood next to a shutter which says "I'm registered to vote"

A man stood next to a shutter which says "I'm registered to vote"

The official election period for the Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner and Tees Valley Mayoral elections begins today (March 19).

Both elections are being held on Thursday, May 2.

And the elections will now use the first-past-the-post voting system, where you vote for a single candidate, and the candidate with the most votes wins the election.

To have your say and vote in these elections, you need to be registered to vote by Tuesday, April 16.

It's quick and easy to register online by visiting the dedicated GOV.UK register to vote web page. 

Where can I find out more?

For more information, you can contact your local Electoral Services team and if you live in the Stockton-on-Tees Borough, call the Voter Registration Helpline on 01642 526196.

The helpline for Darlington residents is 01325 406444, Hartlepool residents is 01429 523017, Middlesbrough residents is 01642 729771 and Redcar and Cleveland residents is 01642 774774.

You can find out more on Voter ID, voting by post and voting by proxy by reading our elections guide.

Further information is also available via the dedicated elections web page.

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