Skip to content

News

Local elections 2018

Local elections will take place on 3 May 2018 in 32 London boroughs.

Find out who you can vote for and where you can vote.

Election count delay explained

London Elects - the independent body responsible for overseeing and encouraging participation in the Mayor of London and London Assembly elections, today explained the reason for last night’s delayed election results.

London elects Sadiq Khan as Mayor of London

The Greater London Returning Officer (GLRO) has announced that Sadiq Khan (Labour Party) has been elected the Mayor of London for the next four years. 

The GLRO announced the result of the Mayoral election at City Hall.

25 London Assembly Members announced

The 25 candidates who have been elected as London Assembly Members for the next four years have now been announced by the Greater London Returning Officer.

Update on Mayoral announcement

The Greater London Returning Officer Jeff Jacobs has just updated (9.50pm) London Mayoral candidates and agents.

The final countdown!

London Election just seven days away

On Thursday the 5th of May 2016 more than five million Londoners will make their way to polling stations across the capital to elect a new Mayor of London and 25 London Assembly Members.[1]

Put it in your diary!

Two weeks to Election Day

On Thursday the 5th of May 2016 - Londoners go to the polls to elect a new Mayor of London and 25 London Assembly Members.[1]

–     London’s population: 8.65 million

Find your way to having your say

Interactive Polling Station Finder now available online

An online tool has been launched to help Londoners locate their polling stations for the upcoming Mayor of London and London Assembly elections on May 5.

It’s in your letterbox!

Londoners receive a guide to candidates, elections and how to vote

Have Your Say on the 5th of May: Lively Londoners flag up Election Day at City Hall

***OPERATIONAL NOTE***   Not for publication or broadcast

Pages

Language

All languages