Polling stations are open from 7am until 10pm today, Thursday 2nd May. As voters in Brighton and Hove, we have one chance every four years to choose new councillors. We encourage you to use your vote in support of our candidates shown below and hope that you will vote Labour to support our manifesto for Brighton & Hove.
Hanover and Elm Grove – please vote for your Labour candidates:
Emma Daniel and Eleanor Humphrey
Hollingdean and Stanmer – please vote for your Labour candidates:
Patcham – please vote for your Labour candidates:
Preston Park – please vote for your Labour candidates:
Regency – please vote for your Labour candidates:
St Peter’s and North Laine – please vote for your Labour candidates:
Withdean – please vote for your Labour candidates:
If you aren’t sure where your polling station is, check here using our polling station locator.
Labour is standing on our record, having been the largest party on Brighton & Hove City Council since 2015. However, we need a majority Labour Council so that we can put Labour pledges for the city into action.
Our Labour pledges include our commitments to tackle the housing crisis, ensure Brighton & Hove is carbon neutral by 2030 and protect workers in our city, as well as lots more:
Read Labour’s 2019 local manifesto for Brighton and Hove to see our plans, which were developed in consultation with all our thousands of Labour members living locally.
Thank you to everyone who has helped our campaign to elect Labour’s candidates across Brighton and Hove. Now we just need one final push to get out the vote on polling day, Thursday 2 May.
If you have any spare time on 2nd May, please volunteer at your local campaign centre. To find out more, email Paul Williams – at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop in at our central Brighton office at 11 Dorset Street BN2 1WA.
Let’s make sure that Brighton and Hove elects a socialist Labour council:
Vote Labour on Thursday 2nd May!
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