Statement of Persons nominated May 2023 Parish Council
Statement of Persons nominated May 2023 District Ward Members
Statement of Persons Nominated and Notice of Poll Parish Results for the May 2023 Election
Statement of Persons Nominated and Notice of Poll Districts for the May 2023 Election
For the first time, residents in Maldon District will need to show photographic ID to vote at this year’s local elections.
Residents are being urged to make sure they are ready to vote in May by checking they have an accepted form of ID.
Accepted forms of ID include:
UK, European Economic Area (EEA) or Commonwealth passport
UK, EEA, or Commonwealth drivers’ licence
Some concessionary travel passes, such as an older person’s bus pass or an Oyster 60+ card
Voters will be able to use expired ID if they are still recognisable from the photo.
Anyone who does not have one of the accepted forms of ID will be able to apply for free ID online at voter-authority-certificate.service.gov.uk/ or by completing a paper form.
The full list of accepted ID is available on the Electoral Commission’s website, along with more information about the new requirement and details of how to apply for the free ID, at electoralcommission.org.uk/voterID.
Ailsa Irvine, Director of Electoral Administration and Guidance, said:
“Anyone voting at a polling station in England this May will need to show photo ID before they can be given their ballot paper. It’s important that everyone understands what types of ID they can use, and how to apply for free ID if they need it. You can find information about the new requirement and what to expect at the polling station on the Electoral Commission’s website.”
Paul Dodson, Returning Officer at Maldon District Council, said:
“With elections taking place in Maldon District on 4 May 2023, it is important that those who want to vote make sure they have an accepted form of ID. It may seem early but checking now means you will be ready to vote in May.
“Residents who do not have one of the accepted forms of ID can apply for free ID either online or by completing a paper application form and sending this to Maldon District Council’s electoral services team.
Notice of Vacancies
For results of each poll that took place please see below:
Notice of Casual Vacancy.
Casual Vacancy West Ward. Medwards
Casual Vacancy East Ward East-ward-PB (1)
Casual Vacancy eastwardaj
Co-option notice co-option 2
Result of District Poll
2019 Notice of Poll.
2019 Notice of Poll
Notice Of Election – Basin Ward
Casual Vacancy – Acacia Thurgood 2017
Casual Vacancy – Michael Edwards
Statement of Persons Nominated – By-election to be held on 28th Sept 2017
Casual Vacancy – Sofia Bishop
Casual Vacancy – Mike Hall 2016
There was a by-election held on 5th May 2016.
Casual Vacancy – Zofia Edwards 2016
There was a by-election held on 18th August 2016.
Notice of Election
Casual Vacancy – Dr. Michael Blyth 2016
Casual Vacancy – Keith Moodey 2016
Casual Vacancy – Stephen Jennings 2016
Casual Vacancy – Jan Rablin 2016 – did not result in a by-election.
The Parish Council Elections took place in May 2015.
Details can be found on Maldon District Council website (http://www.maldon.gov.uk/info/362/elections-voting/454/elections_2015#pagenavbox)
Casual Vacancy – Anne Beale 2015
Casual Vacancy – Ian Dobson 2015
Casual Vacancy – Mark Burmby 2015
There was a Parish Council by-election in August 2015.