Election 2019

Thame Town Council and South Oxfordshire District Council are holding elections on Thursday 2 May.

Who can I vote for?
Thame has two wards – North and South – with eight seats (for the Town Council) in each ward. You can only vote for the candidates in your ward. Your polling card will tell you which ward you are in and where you need to go to vote. There are also three seats available in the District Council ward. Click on the links below to see who is standing in your ward:

  • Thame Town Council candidates – North Ward (10 candidates, 8 seats)

  • Thame Town Council candidates – South Ward (10 candidates, 8 seats)

  • South Oxfordshire District Council candidates – Thame Ward (9 candidates, 3 seats)

You will be able to vote for up to 8 candidates in the Town Council election and for up to 3 candidates in the District Council election.

Where do I need to go to vote on the day?
Your polling card will tell you where to vote. Please check this carefully as there have been some changes to the polling locations in Thame.

How do I found out who has been elected?
SODC will be counting the votes and announcing the results on Friday 3 May – keep an eye on southoxon.gov.uk/elections or follow their special elections results service on Twitter via @southoxvotes. Thame Town Council will also publish this information on our website w/c 7 May.

Got a question?
Please go to southoxon.gov.uk/elections or call SODC’s Election Team on 01235 422528.

Date posted: Friday 12 April 2019