Last Modified November 15, 2019
On Thursday 12 December 2019 a parliamentary election will be held. This is for the election of a Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons for the Hertsmere Constituency. This will be done using the "First Past The Post" system.
The count will take place at Allum Hall in Borehamwood on the night of the 12 December 2019 and will be attended by nominees from the political parties.
Where do I vote?
You should receive a Polling Card which will tell you where to vote. You do not need it to vote.
To help identify your polling district, polling station and related details you can use our polling station search page.
The polling stations will be open from 7am to 10pm on the day of the election.
What if I can’t get to my polling station?
Our page on Different ways to vote includes details of postal votes (where you can vote in advance of election day by post) and proxy voting (where you can ask someone to vote on your behalf).
- Postal vote applications and changes deadline is 5pm on Tuesday 26 November 2019.
- Proxy vote applications and deadline is 5pm on Wednesday 4 December 2019.
Please ensure that where possible you make any requests well in advance. There are limited situations where you may be eligible to apply for a late proxy after the deadline, please contact the Elections team for more information.
What if I want to be a candidate?
Nominations for the General Election close at 4pm on Thursday 14 November 2019.
Information on becoming a candidate can be found on the Electoral Commission website.
How do I register to vote?
Please see our page on Registering to Vote and our Registering to Vote Frequently Asked Questions.
The deadline for registering to vote in the 2019 General Election is 11.59pm on Tuesday 26 November 2019.
Could you help someone else register to vote? An easy read guide has been produced.
To see election results and notices once published please see the links below:
Full election timetable