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European Parliamentary Elections results 2019
Regional results for The South East are being declared by Southampton City Council, see their results page for more info.
Local Reigate & Banstead Borough Council results
|Party||Candidates for election||Votes|
|Change UK – The Independent Group||
|Conservative and Unionist Party||
|The Brexit Party||
|The Socialist Party of Great Britain
World Socialist Movement
|UK European Union Party (UKEUP)
UK EU Party
|UK Independence Party (UKIP)
UKIP Make Brexit Happen
|McMahon, Jason Guy Spencer
|Round, David Victor
|Turberville, Michael Jeffrey
Polls took place on Thursday 23 May 2019.
MEPs are elected under a proportional representation system (d.Hondt). In the UK you have one vote to elect all of your MEPs. Each party puts forward a list of candidates called a 'party list' and you vote for one of these lists or for an independent candidate.
All results for the South East area will be collated by the Regional Returning Officer in Southampton on Sunday 26 May 2019
Register to Vote
To vote in elections you must be registered to vote. The deadline for registering to vote in the 2019 European Parliamentary Elections is midnight Tuesday 7 May 2019, please register as soon as you can.
If you are a citizen of a member state of the European Union, with an entry on the Reigate and Banstead Borough Council electoral register, you are entitled to vote in the UK instead of in your home country. All European voters in the borough were sent a European Parliament Voter Registration Form on 5 April 2019. This form must be completed if you wish to exercise your right to vote at the European Parliamentary elections in the UK (and not in your home country).The deadline for submitting this form is Tuesday 7 May.
- Election of Members of the European Parliament for the South East Region
- Statement of Persons Nominated
- Notice of Situation of Polling Stations
If you are away please apply as soon as possible as your Postal Vote pack may not arrive until a few days before polling day.
- applications to vote by post or to change/cancel an existing postal or proxy vote must be received by 5pm Wednesday 8 May 2019.
- new applications to vote by proxy must be received by 5pm Wednesday 15 May 2019.
European Election Results 2014
The local breakdown of the vote - European Parliamentary Election 2014 - South East Region - Reigate and Banstead Borough Council local counting area (PDF document). The turnout for the European elections in the Reigate and Banstead counting area was 37.4%.
The South East Region
The Reigate & Banstead Borough Council area forms part of the South-East Region for European Parliamentary Elections.