Information on the different types of election you can vote in
As well as Hart District Council and Parish Council elections, there are also elections to Hampshire County Council, for the Police and Crime Commissioner, Parliament and the European Parliament.
Hart District Council
We currently have 33 Councillors in 11 areas of Hart, known as Wards.
You can find out who your local Councillors are by going to the District Councillors page on this website
You can find out about the Parish Councils by going to the Hart Parish Councils page on this website.
Please find the schedule of Parish Elections.
Hampshire County Council
Hampshire is divided into electoral divisions. These are similar to our wards, but much bigger and each one has just one councillor.
There are 5 County Councillors covering Hart. You can find out who your County Councillor is by going to the County Councillors page on this website.
Hampshire County Council holds elections every four years.
Police and Crime Commissioner
The first election for the Police and Crime Commissioner for the Hampshire Police Authority took place in May 2012. Police and Crime Commissioners are elected every four years and the next election is scheduled to take place in May 2020.
There are two parliamentary constituencies covering Hart - the Aldershot Constituency and the North East Hampshire Constituency. The Aldershot constituency has about 7,800 electors, and the North East Hampshire constituency has about 62,700 electors. These elect two Members of Parliament to the House of Commons.
You can find the contact details for the MP's on the Councillors page on this website.
Hart District forms part of the South-East Region, which elects ten MEPs to the European Parliament. You can find out more about your local MEPs on the European Parliament website.