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Election Results

The election results for the Leeds constituencies can be viewed by clicking the button below.

Please follow this link for more information

Elections information

Election results

The 2017 election results can be found on our elections results page.

For the results of previous elections (including the 2015 election), please visit Data Mill North. The 2017 election results will be available on the Data Mill.


Registering to vote

If you need to register to vote, use the Gov.uk website, or for more information, please see our Register to vote page.

Once you are registered you can then apply for a postal vote or a proxy vote.​​​​​​​​​​​​



Click to expandHow to vote

For a step by step guide to the voting process, visit About My Vote.

There is also a helpful guide for people with learning disabilities called the easy read guide to voting’ (opens as a PDF).  

Click to expandAssistance at polling stations for disabled and visually impaired voters

You may request the assistance of the Presiding Officer to mark the ballot paper for you. Alternatively, you can bring someone with you to help as long as they are over 18 years old.

If you are unable to enter the polling station because of limited disabled access, the Presiding Officer can bring the ballot paper to you to vote.

Tactile voting device
Each polling station will have a tactile voting device. This is a plastic device that is fixed onto the ballot paper so visually impaired people or those with limited dexterity can mark their ballot paper in secret. Please ask the polling station staff if you need to use the device.

Large-print version of the ballot paper
Large-print versions of the ballot paper will be clearly displayed inside the polling station and you can ask to take a copy into the polling booth with you. You can’t vote on the large-print version but it can be used for reference.

Easy read guide to voting
There is also a helpful guide for people with learning disabilities called the ‘easy read guide to voting’. 

To view documents in PDF format you will require the free Download Adobe Reader Adobe Acrobat Reader

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