Elections 2017

Election Results

Cambridgeshire County Council holds elections every four years when residents vote for the 61 councillors who  will represent them in all of our 59 divisions.

The next election will be held in 2021.

The Local Government Boundary Commission  has changed the divisions and number of councillors from the last elections held in 2013 when residents voted for 69 councillors and 60 divisions.

The election is the chance to make a difference in Cambridgeshire.  We look after a budget of around £550 million to run vital services that make a real difference to people’s lives – from roads and transport, social care and looking after the most vulnerable to public health and supporting business.

The elections are managed by the local district and city councils and you had to be registered to vote. There was also a mayoral election for the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority held on the same day.

Previous County Council Election Results

Notice of Elections and Statements of Persons Nominated - Cambridgeshire County Council Elections:

Cambridge City Council

East Cambridgeshire District Council

Fenland District Council

Huntingdonshire District Council

South Cambridgeshire District Council