The Guildhall in Hull.

2024’s local election candidates are published

Nominations have been published for this year’s local elections, residents can now find which candidates are standing for election in their ward.

One seat is up for election in each of the 19 Hull wards that have scheduled local elections – there are no elections in Central and Pickering wards this year.

Find out who is standing for election here.

Residents who are registered should now have received a polling letter giving the address of their polling station. Anyone who has very recently registered, will receive their polling card before the election.

Residents who are not registered, must do so by Tuesday 16 April to be able to vote in these elections. The quickest and easiest way is to apply online Register to vote – GOV.UK ( or contact or on 01482 613386.

Residents can also visit the Where do I vote? website and enter their postcode to check where their polling station is.

Polling stations will be open from 7am to 10pm on Thursday 2 May.

Nominations for the Police and Crime Commissioner election have also been published and are available to view here.

A parent with infant in car seat
The interior of a children's home in Hull. There's a yellow sofa, some wooden drawers, a green sofa with cushions, a bookshelf, a window and a patterned foot stool.