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The first ever Police and Crime Commissioner Elections are scheduled to take place next Thursday, 15 November 2012.
The elections will see 41 Police and Crime Commissioners elected across England and Wales for the first time, charged with making and influencing key policing decisions in their area. More

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The Electoral Commission has called on the Government to change the law so that voters are never again refused the opportunity to cast their vote, as happened at some polling stations during the last general election. More

The results for Medway in the referendum on the voting system for the UK Parliament held on Thursday, 5 May 2011 were: More

The results of the 5 May, 2011 local elections in Medway are now available. Residents have cast their votes and returned a Conservative majority.

The results are: Conservative 35, Labour 15, Liberal Democrat 3, Independent 2.

The council is made up of 55 councillors who represent 22 wards throughout Medway.

For all the election results go to http://www.medway.gov.uk/elections.

The result of the referendum on the Alternative Vote will be announced on Friday evening. The turn out figure for the referendum in Medway was 39.76 per cent

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