You can find out about elections in Sandwell in 2019.
Wards and constituencies
Sandwell is divided into 24 wards each represented by three councillors.
Each ward is within a parliamentary constituency and we have four constituencies within the borough, each of which has a Member of Parliament.
You can view the maps of the wards and constituencies in Sandwell on the Ordnance Survey Election Maps website. We can also provide printed copies of maps, upon request, for 30p each. If you are interested, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandwell Council's Acting Returning Officer is only responsible for the administration of three of these constituencies as the Halesowen and Rowley constituency comes under the responsibility of the Acting Returning Officer for Dudley, based at Dudley Council.
The whole of the borough comes under the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner's area and the West Midlands European Parliamentary Election Region.
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How to vote
You will need to make sure that you are registered to vote. Once registered you can vote in one of three ways.
- Vote at a polling station
- Vote by post
- Vote by proxy (where someone you nominate votes on your behalf)
How to stand for election
If you are interested in standing for election in Sandwell, you can find more information on becoming a councillor.
Your name must be on the electoral register if you wish to use your right to vote. The Register of Electors (the Electoral Roll) is a record of people eligible to vote within Sandwell.
Mayoral petition notice - verification number
Each year we have to publish the verification number which is used to determine if petitions asking us to change our governance arrangement are valid. You can view the official verification number notice.
Here are the results for elections in Sandwell going back to 2008.You can also find out about the 2017 general election in Sandwell.
The Boundary Commission for England has published its initial proposals for new constituency boundaries. Find out more and comment on the changes.