The European Parliamentary Elections were held on Thursday 23 May 2019.
Declaration of local totals for the City of York Council local counting area were announced by Returning Officer, Mary Weastell, on Sunday 26 May.
City of York Council, along with 20 other authorities, is part of the Yorkshire and the Humber European Region.
Leeds City Council is the lead authority for the region and any enquiries relating to the European Parliamentary Elections should be directed to the Leeds Electoral Services Office.
Declaration of local totals for the City of York Council local counting area
|Party||Number of votes|
|Change UK – The Independent Group||1,488|
|Conservative and Unionist Party||3,357|
|The Brexit Party||15,347|
|The Yorkshire Party||1,507|
|UK Independence Party (UKIP)||1,140|
Ballot papers were rejected as follows
|Reason for rejection||Number rejected|
|Does not bear the official mark||0|
|Voting for more than one party||39|
|Writing or mark by which the voter can be identified||1|
|Unmarked or void for uncertainty||187|
|Total number of rejected ballot papers||227|
See further details of the European Parliamentary Election results on the Leeds City Council website.