Local election (Plymouth City Council), 5 May 2016
Plymouth is divided into 20 wards with 57 elected members. This comprises 17 three-member wards and three two-member wards.
Seats will be contested in 19 of the city's 20 wards in 2016. No seat will be contested in the Drake ward this year as it is one of the two-member wards (but this ward will still take part in the Police and Crime Commissioners election).
Notice of election [PDF, 66KB]
Notice of election agents [PDF, 144KB]
Statement of persons nominated [PDF, 218KB]
Police and Crime Commissioners election, 5 May 2016
Police and Crime Commissioners are elected by the supplementary vote system. This is the same voting system that is used in mayoral elections. If a candidate receives more than half of all first choice votes, they are elected immediately.
If this doesn't happen, the two candidates with the most first choice votes go through to a second round.
All other candidates are eliminated. The second choice votes of everyone whose first choice has been eliminated are then counted and votes for the remaining candidates are added to their first round totals.
The candidate with the highest combined total of first and second choice votes are elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for their police force area.
Notice of election [PDF, 81KB]
Notice of election agents [PDF, 16.4KB]
Statement of persons nominated and notice of poll [PDF, 16.5KB]
Notice of situation of polling stations [PDF, 86.5KB]
EU referendum, 23 June 2016
The question on the ballot paper was: 'Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?'
Notice of referendum [PDF, 40KB]
Notice of referendum agents [PDF, 63KB]