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Local Election 2014

Welcome to the Rochdale Online Local Election Special 2014.

Once again we are inviting candidates to submit their election 'pitch'; that is, why they believe they should be a ward councillor and why you should vote for them on 22 May.

Please use the navigation menu to view a list of candidates and their pitch if they have submitted one.

The local council is responsible for a surprising number of services that you use and rely on every day: from housing to street lighting, education to pub licensing, parking to care for the elderly. That's why your vote can make a real difference.

Candidates should email their pitch and a profile photo to news@rochdaleonline.co.uk for inclusion on the site.


PartyNo. of CandidatesNo. of Pitches SubmittedPercentage
Labour 20 12 60%
Conservative 20 12 60%
Liberal Democrat 20 7 35%
UKIP 13 9 69%
Green 7 3 43%
Independent 5 3 60%
Respect Party 1 1 100%


How To Vote

In the UK there are three different ways you can vote:

You can find out how to vote on The Electoral Commission web site www.aboutmyvote.co.uk/faq.aspx

 

Electoral Registration Office:

Electoral Registration Officer
PO Box 207
Town Hall
The Esplanade
Rochdale
OL16 1EW

If you have any questions, call 01706 924758 or email elections@rochdale.gov.uk

Local Election 2014

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