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2021 elections in York

See details of elections in York which happened during 2021:


Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner by-election - 25 November 2021

The North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner elected in May 2021 resigned on 14 October 2021.

Results for the November 2021 PFCC By-Election are available online.

Police, Fire and Crime Commissioners (PFCCs) are elected representatives who oversee a police force and fire service area. PFCCs are elected every 4 years.

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Haxby Parish Council - Haxby Ward (Casual Vacancy)

There was a casual vacancy in the North Ward of Haxby Parish Council. The election was held on Thursday 25 November 2021 and the results were declared on Friday 26 November 2021.

Name of candidate Number of votes
Ferguson, Hughie Douglas 41
Pearson, Ruth Elaine - Liberal Democrats Focus Group 239
Secker, Jessie Dawn 37

The total number of votes in this election was 321 votes, with 4 votes rejected.

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Huntington Neighbourhood Planning Referendum - 10 June 2021

See notice of the Huntington Neighbourhood Planning Referendum.

See the Notice of Poll for the Huntington Neighbourhood Planning Referendum.

Read more about the Huntington Neighbourhood Plan.

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Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner elections - 6 May 2021

Results for the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner elections, 6 May 2021 are available online.

Police, Fire and Crime Commissioners (PFCCs) are elected representatives who oversee a police force and fire service area. PFCCs are elected every 4 years.

An election for the North Yorkshire PFCC was due to be held on Thursday 7 May 2020, but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and was held on Thursday 6 May 2021, instead.

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