New York Polling Station for Police and Crime Commissioner by-election



New polling stations have been set up for Thursday’s by-election for the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.

City of York Council, which made the changes, is advising voters to check their voting cards because their polling station may be different from their usual polling station.



The changes have been made for reasons including reducing disruption to schools, allowing COVID-19 safe voting and not being available on polling day at some stations.

All voters have been sent their voting cards which tell them where their polling station will be located. All polling station staff will be able to redirect voters if needed.



Ian Floyd, the council’s local returning officer, said: “Please check your voting cards as some polling stations have changed. It is important that you exercise your democratic rights and vote, so please make sure you know that on 25 November.” where to go.”

The complete list of polling stations for the by-election and any changes can be viewed on the council’s website. Voters can also check with the council’s election office on 01904 551007 or by emailing electoral.services@york.gov.uk.



The candidates are: Hannah Barham-Brown (Women’s Equality Party), James Barker (Liberal Democrat), Joe Metcalf (Conservative Party candidate), Emma Scott-Spivey (The Labor Party’s candidate) and Keith Graham Tordoff.

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