Elections and Voting
County Council elections are usually held on the first Thursday in May, once every four years, with 55 Councillors elected to represent electoral divisions and their communities. The next County Council election will be held on 2nd May 2013.
The current Council is controlled by the Conservative Group with the Liberal Democrats as the main opposition.
Further information regarding recent elections and forthcoming elections, how to register to vote and how to become a County Councillor can be found on the following pages:
On 15 November 2012, residents were given the opportunity to vote for the first ever Police and Crime Commissioner for Leicestershire. Further details on this election are available below.
Page Last Updated: 19 November 2012