London Elects is the short-term independent team that organises the Mayor of London and London Assembly elections. This includes designing & printing the ballot papers, managing the counting of votes, to delivering the public awareness campaign.
The Greater London Returning Officer has announced that Boris Johnson has been elected the Mayor of London for the next four years.
All 25 candidates who have been elected as London Assembly Members for the next four years have now been announced.
Each voter could vote for an individual candidate to represent their constituency, as well as for a party or independent candidate to represent the whole of London.
We have results in from 13 of the 14 constituencies in the Mayor of London and London Assembly election.
The final constituency is Brent & Harrow. The Greater London Returning Officer has been in touch with the CRO for Brent & Harrow to establish the reason for a delay.
Today London’s 5.8 million voters can have their say on who they want as Mayor of London and the 25 London Assembly members for the next four years.
With just weeks to go until Londoners vote for the Mayor and 25 London Assembly Members for the next four years, London Elects is delivering an information booklet containing a ‘mini-manifesto’ from each Mayoral candidate to each of the 5.8 million voters across the capital.
A new London-wide advertising campaign has been launched this week to encourage Londoners to vote in the 2012 London elections on 3rd May.
London Elects – the body that runs the Mayor of London and London Assembly elections – has announced it is working with London-based start-up FactMint to help its campaign to engage voters for the 2012 elections.
London Elects – the body that runs the Mayor of London and London Assembly elections on 3rd May - has officially announced that seven candidates will stand to become the Mayor of London for the next four years.
Today (Tuesday) marks the official start of the election period for the Mayor of London and 25 London Assembly Members.