Huntingdonshire prepares for the polls tomorrow for parish, district and European elections

16:03 21 May 2014

Election

Election

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Huntingdonshire will go to the polls tomorrow (Thursday) as votes are cast in parish, district and European elections.

A third of seats on Huntingdonshire District Council, 17 in total, are up for grabs.

The Tories are currently in control at Pathfinder House, with 35 seats, the Lib Dems seven, UKIP five, three independents and one Labour.

The count for the district elections will take place at One Leisure, St Ives on Friday (May 23), while the European votes will be counted and results confirmed on Sunday (May 25).

Polling stations will be open 7am-10pm.

The Hunts Post will be revealing the results of the district elections as soon as they are released on Friday.

INFORMATION: For a full list of candidates, and the all-important results, click here.

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