Elections to the city council are being held on Thursday 3 May 2007. Voting will take place for all the 54 seats in the city’s 21 council wards.
Your vote really does count. In the last council elections in 2003, one councillor was elected with a majority of just five votes!
Polling stations will be open from 7am to 10pm on Election Day, so that everyone can go and vote at a time that’s convenient for them.
Anyone not currently registered can still vote on 3 May - as long as they apply to be included in the register of electors by no later than Wednesday 18 April.
The count will be held on Friday 4 May at Hove Town Hall, starting at 9am. The banqueting hall will be open to the public, and the results of each ward election will be announced as they become available.
The two counting rooms – the Great Hall and the Council Chamber – are only open to people directly involved in the counting process, the candidates and their agents.
It is expected that the final result will be announced by early afternoon.
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