Elections

 

 

   
This is part of an ongoing project that compiles results of all the elections ever held in the city.

 

The City of Brighton and Hove currently comprises three parliamentary seats: Brighton Kemp Town, Brighton Pavilion and Hove.
      It is divided into 21 wards, represented by 54 councillors: Brunswick & Adelaide, Central Hove, East Brighton, Goldsmid, Hanover & Elm Grove, Hove Park, Hangleton & Knoll, Hollingdean & Stanmer, Moulsecoomb & Bevendean, North Portslade, Patcham, Preston Park, Queen's Park. Regency, Rottingdean Central, St Peter's & North Laine, South Portslade, Westbourne, Wish, Withdean and Woodingdean.
      For European Parliamentary elections the city is part of the South-east England multi-member constituency.
      For Police and Crime Commissioner elections, the city is part of the Sussex police area.

 

UK parliamentary elections
From 1265
Knights of the Shire
From 1832 to 2010
      1832-1895
      1900-1945
      1950-2010:
              Brighton Kemptown
              Brighton Pavilion
              Hove

European elections

Local council elections

Police and Crime Commissioner

Referendums
Sunday cinema opening, European Union membership, Elected mayor, Alternative vote, Council tax, Brexit

 

Page updated 21 November 2016