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Dudley Council the historic capital of the Black Country
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UK Parliamentary General Election 2019

On 29 October, Parliament voted under the Fixed Term Parliaments Act 2011 that a UK Parliamentary General Election would be held on Thursday 12 December 2019.

Dudley North

Candidate Party Votes
DUDLEY, Sarah Melanie Labour Party 11601
FLYNN, Ian Liberal Democrats 1210
HARRISON, Michael John Green Party 739
LONGHI, Marco ELECTED The Conservative Party Candidate 23134
Turnout 59%

Dudley South

Candidate Party Votes
BRAMALL, Jonathan Michael Liberal Democrats 1608
CALDICOTT, Lucy Woodruff Labour Party 9270
MOHR, Catherine Green Party 863
WOOD, Michael Jon ELECTED The Conservative Party Candidate 24835
Turnout 60.94%

Halesowen & Rowley Regis

Candidate Party Votes
COOPER, Ian Gordon Labour Party 13533
CROSS, Jonathan Andrew Independent 232
FLEMING, Ian Richard Independent 190
MORRIS, James ELECTED The Conservative Party Candidate 25607
PRIEST, Ryan Liberal Democrats 1738
WELLER, Tim Independent 111
WINDRIDGE, James Robert Green Party 934
Turnout 62%

Stourbridge

Party Candidate Votes
BRAMALL, Christopher Ashley Liberal Democrat 2523
HUDSON, Aaron Independent 621
LOWE, Peter Leslie Labour Party 13963
MOHR, Andrew Paul Green Party 1048
WEBB, Suzanne The Conservative Party Candidate 27534
Turnout 65.58%

In Dudley we have four constituencies represented by four MPs - Dudley North (Shared with Wolverhampton), Dudley South, Halesowen & Rowley Regis and Stourbridge.

Polling cards will start to be delivered from 15 November. Please check your poll card carefully before going to vote, as they may have been a change to your polling stations in Dudley.

Who is standing for election in Dudley?

You can download the details of the candidates standing in each constituency. This is called the Statement of Persons Nominated and Notice of Poll.

Notice of Election Agents

Notice of Election

The notices of election have been published for the constituencies in Dudley:

Situation of Polling Stations

Key Dates

  • Thursday 7 November - Notice of Election
  • Thursday 14 November - Publication of Notice of Poll
  • Thursday 14 November by 4pm - Deadline for Nominations
  • Thursday 14 November by 5pm - Publication of Statement of Persons Nominated
  • Friday 15 November - Poll card delivery begins
  • Tuesday 26 November - Last date to register to vote
  • Tuesday 26 November by 5pm - Deadline for postal vote applications
  • Wednesday 4 December by 5pm - Deadline for proxy vote applications

Information for Candidates

Nomination papers can be collected from the Elections Office, Old Crown Court, Priory Street, Dudley, DY1 1EY. Nomination packs can also be downloaded.

Completed nomination papers can be delivered to the Returning Officer, Old Crown Court, Priory Street, Dudley from Friday 8 November, the deadline for delivery of nomination papers is 4pm on 14th November.

Candidates and agents should also be aware of the code of practice on the display of election posters and eligible electorate figures for election expenses are in the nomination pack.

Easy guide to voting

The Electoral Commission have produced in partnership with Mencap:

Polling Station Finder

Please note this content is provided by a third party and not Dudley MBC

Electoral Malpractice

If you have a complaint or issue about a candidate, agent or campaigner and you think that electoral malpractice has taken place you should report it.