Wokingham Borough residents in a number of wards will be heading to the polls on Thursday 2 May 2019 to elect their Borough Councillors with 18 seats up for grabs.
Polling stations will be open from 7am on election day, with residents able to cast their vote until 10pm. Parish and town council elections are also being held.
Those residents in wards up for election should have received a polling card, which gives details of when and where to vote. Residents do not need their polling card with them to vote, but will be asked to provide their name and address to a member of staff on duty.
Residents can find out more information, including their ward and where to vote on our website: www.wokingham.gov.uk (search for “elections 2019”).
Votes for the Borough Council wards will be counted immediately after the close of polls overnight. Parish and Town Council votes will be counted on Friday 3 May.
The current political control of the borough council is Conservative. The political balance is 41 Conservative councillors, eight Liberal Democrat councillors, three Labour councillors and two Independent councillors.