A silhouette of a hand putting a vote into a ballot box
Polls are now open for the local and PCC elections across Hull

Polls now open for Hull’s local and Police and Crime Commissioner elections

Residents across Hull have the opportunity to go to the polls today in the city council local election, as well as the Police and Crime Commissioner election.

Elections are taking place in 19 of Hull’s 21 wards today. Central and Pickering wards do not have local elections. Residents in all wards have the opportunity to vote in the PCC election.

Details on all candidates for each ward can be found here.

Polling stations are open until 10pm today (Thursday 2 May) and voters will be required to bring a valid form pf photographic ID or a Voter Authority Certificate in order to cast their vote. Valid forms of ID can be found here.

The count of the local election will take place immediately after polls close in the Guildhall, with results expected in the early hours of Friday (3 May). PCC votes will be counted and declared by East Riding of Yorkshire Council later in the day of Friday (3 May).

Keep up to date with results via Hull City Council’s social media channels.

Whittington & Cat pub on has been granted £69,916.69 from Hull City Council’s government backed Levelling Up Fund.
Honorary Alderman David Gemmell OBE, pictured during his time as Lord Mayor in 2010-11