You can find more information about standing as a local government election candidate on the Electoral Commission website.
A briefing has been scheduled to help prepare prospective candidates who wish to stand as a District or County councillor at the forthcoming elections on Thursday, 6 May, 2021. As well as informing candidates and their agents on matters that will affect their campaign, it will also be a chance for them to ask questions of the Electoral Services Team.
The candidates and agents briefing will take place virtually, using Zoom at 5pm on Tuesday, 16 March, 2021. If you would like to attend, we will require an e-mail address to send a Zoom meeting invitation.
Please email Electoral Services email@example.com or call 01543 464437 or 464754 (main switchboard 01543 462621) no later than 5pm on Monday, 15 March, 2021.
For more information about becoming a County Councillor please visit: Elections and democracy - Staffordshire County Council
Please see below for downloads relating to:
- Candidates & Agents Presentation
- Nomination Pack for Candidates and Agents
- Electoral Commission Guidance for Candidates and Agents (Parts 1 - 6)
Information packs and nominations papers can also be viewed / downloaded from the Electoral Commission website:
Nominations will be received between the hours of 10am and 4pm on weekdays commencing Tuesday, 23 March and closing at 4pm on Thursday, 8 April.
Candidates and Agents Briefings
Nomination Pack for Candidates and Agents
Guidance for Candidates and Agents
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Last Updated: 01/04/2021