European Parliamentary elections - 23 May 2019

The European Parliamentary elections will be held across Europe from 22 - 26 May 2019.

In the UK, polling day will be Thursday 23 May 2019. The result will be declared on the evening of Sunday 26 May 2019, to enable polling in all EU countries to close

The poll and declaration of results for the south east of England is administered by the Regional Returning Officer, Mark Heath, who is also the Local Returning Officer for the Southampton area.

The results are published here

MEPs are elected under a proportional representation system (d.Hondt). In the UK you have one vote to elect all of your MEPs. Each party puts forward a list of candidates called a 'party list' and you vote for one of these lists or for an independent candidate

Statement of Parties and Individual Candidates Nominated and Notice of Poll (pdf, 84kb)

Situation of polling stations (pdf, 89kb)

  • Count Total - Winchester

    Party / Candidates

    Votes

    CHANGE UK - THE INDEPENDENT GROUP

    1,622

     

    CONSERVATIVE AND UNIONIST PARTY

    4,275

     

    GREEN PARTY

    5,003

     

    LABOUR PARTY

    1,041

     

    LIBERAL DEMOCRATS

    16,848

     

    THE BREXIT PARTY

    12,157

     

    THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF GREAT BRITAIN

    38

     

    UK EUROPEAN UNION PARTY (UKEUP)

    65

     

    UK INDEPENDENCE PARTY (UKIP)

    567

     

    MCMAHON, Jason Guy Spencer

    58

     

    ROUND, David Victor

    30

     

    TURBERVILLE, Michael Jeffrey

    17

     

    Total  A

    41,721

  • Spoiled ballots

    Want of Official Mark

    0

    Voting for more than one Registered Party or Individual Candidate

    38

    Writing or Mark by which the voter could be identified

    1

    Unmarked or Void for Uncertainty

    127

    Total  B

    166

             

    Total votes counted (A+B)

    41,887

             

    Turnout

    47.0%