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Current Elections and Vacancies

UK Parliamentary Elections

Declaration of Result

The next parliamentary election will be held on 7th May 2015. Parliamentary Elections are also called General Elections in which you are able to vote for your local Member of Parliament (MP).

MPs split their time between work at the Houses of Parliament in London, and work in the local area they are elected to represent.

In Wrexham, there are 2 represented constituencies:

The last Parliamentary election took place in 2010, and has been a fixed 5 year term. Elections take place when Her Majesty the Queen dissolves parliament and summons the election of a new parliament on the advice of her prime minister.

Important Dates:

Who can vote:

All British, Republic of Ireland and qualifying Commonwealth citizens are able to vote in the UK Parliamentary election. Service voters and overseas voters, who meet the above nationality requirements, are also able to vote.


Nominations to stand as a candidate close on 9 April. We will publish the list of candidates standing in both Clwyd South and Wrexham constituencies on the Wrexham website after the deadline has closed.

The following notices have now been published:-


Further notices will be published on this webpage in due course