Parliamentary Elections (General Elections)
In Parliamentary Elections (also called General Elections), you can 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 Denbighshire there are 3 represented constituencies: Vale of Clwyd, Clwyd West and Clwyd South.
Vale of Clwyd
View election results for Vale of Clwyd
View the election results for Clwyd West (external website)
View the election results for Clwyd South (external website)
To vote in a general election you must be registered to vote, 18 years or over on polling day and also be one of the following:
Find out how to register to vote.
The following cannot vote in a general election:
- members of the House of Lords (although they can vote at elections to local authorities, devolved legislatures and the European Parliament)
- EU citizens resident in the UK (although they can vote at elections to local authorities, devolved legislatures and the European Parliament)
- anyone other than British, Irish and qualifying Commonwealth citizens
- convicted persons detained in pursuance of their sentences, excluding contempt of court (though remand prisoners, unconvicted prisoners and civil prisoners can vote if they are on the electoral register)
- anyone found guilty within the previous five years of corrupt or illegal practices in connection with an election