General election 2019 : Voters head to the polls to cast their vote to decide who will be next prime minister
- Credit: Archant
Voters from around Huntingdonshire are making their way to the polls all day today to decide who they want to be their next Prime Minister.
The election, is being held today, with voters being able to go to their local polling station from 7am until 10pm this evening.
The votes for the constituency will be counted overnight with Hunts Post reporter, Katie Ridley, attending the count.
Alongside the general election, people in Alconbury will be able to decide who they want as their new district councillor for the ward.
This count is also expected to be counted overnight.
You may also want to watch:
It is estimated that the Huntingdon general election results will be announced at around 2am. The results for the North West Cambridgeshire constituency are estimated to be announced at 3am.
General election candidates for Huntingdon are:
- 1 Envar deny responsibility for county's fly invasion
- 2 'Loving, caring family man' dies in hospital weeks after A141 crash
- 3 Volunteers needed to support booster jabs programme
- 4 Huntingdonshire parks awarded Green Flag status
- 5 Elsie May's Electric Lounge to raise £15,000 for bakery school
- 6 Appeal to Transport Secretary over Huntingdon Rail Station plan
- 7 Visiting restrictions at Hinchingbrooke Hospital partially lifted
- 8 Man jailed for historic sexual abuse 'convinced child victims it was normal behaviour'
- 9 Aggressive and controlling partner jailed
- 10 Cambridgeshire MP pays tribute to 'very, very good friend' Sir David Amess
Jonathan Djanogly (Conservative), Samuel Sweek (Labour), Mark Argent (Lib Dem), Daniel Laycock (Green), Paul Bullen (Independent) and Tom Varghese (Independent).
The Huntingdon constituency covers; Alconbury and The Stukeleys, Brampton, Buckden, Fenstanton, Godmanchester, Gransden and The Offords, Huntingdon East, Huntingdon North, Huntingdon West, Kimbolton and Staughton, Little Paxton, St Ives East, St Ives South, St Ives West, St Neots Eaton Ford, St Neots Eaton Socon, St Neots Eynesbury, St Neots Priory Park, and The Hemingfords.
General election candidates for North West Cambridgeshire are:
Shailesh Vara (Conservative), Cathy Cordiner-Achenbach (Labour), Bridget Smith (Lib Dem) and Nicola Day (Green).
The North West Cambridgeshire constituency covers: Earith, Ellington, Elton and Folksworth, Ramsey, Sawtry, Somersham, Stilton, Upwood and the Raveleys, Warboys and Bury, and Yaxley and Farcet, and the City of Peterborough wards of Barnack, Fletton, Glinton and Wittering, Northborough, Orton Longueville, Orton Waterville, Orton with Hampton, Stanground Central, and Stanground East.
The Hunts Post team will be bringing you live results throughout the evening.