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2024 General Election - 4th July 2024

Constituency boundaries have changed for the 2024 UK Parliamentary general election. Please see details of new boundaries below.


 Where to vote on Polling Day: Thursday 4th July (7am – 10pm)

Statement of Persons Nominated, Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Stations 

Notice of Election Agents

Notice of Election


More information about voting at this election is available on the Electoral Commission website

Different ways to vote

There are many ways you can vote including: 

  • voting at a polling station
  • proxy voting
  • postal voting

You can find out more about each of these options on our different ways to vote page.

Voter ID

Voters at polling stations must show photo identification (ID) before they can vote. This also applies to a proxy voting on someone’s behalf.  People voting by post donot need to provide ID.

Find out more about Voter ID and what ID you can use on our Voter ID page.

Information for voters with disabilities

There is a variety of support available if you have a disability and need some help to vote.

You can find out what support is available and how you can request a reasonable adjustment on the information for voters with a disability page.

What to expect on polling day

There’s just one week to go until voters head to the polls for the General Election.

Here is some handy information to help you know what to expect on polling day.

Find out what you can expect on polling day 

Guidance for candidates and agents

Candidates can download generic nomination papers from the Electoral Commission website. They are strongly advised to refer to our Guidance for candidates and agents page. 

Venues for use by candidates

As part of our statutory duty, we are required to publish a list of venues for use by General Election candidates. These venues must meet a specific criterion and be free of charge. More information is available on the Electoral Commission website.

Candidate's Election Expenses

The Electoral Commission has published guidance on candidate's spending. For expenses purposes, every constituency in Cornwall is a County constituency.

The spending limit is based on a fixed amount, plus a variable amount per registered elector in your constituency.

The candidate's maximum spending limits for each constituency are as follows: 

Constituency Eligible Electors Expenses limit
Camborne and Redruth 72,324 £20,068.88
North Cornwall 74,906 £20,378.72
South East Cornwall 71,142 £19,927.04
St Austell and Newquay 74,094 £20,281.28
St Ives 68,019 £19,552.28
Truro and Falmouth 70,094 £19,801.28

There is no long campaign at the 2024 UK Parliamentary general election.

The Electoral Commission website has more information on the spending formula used to calculate the above limits. 

New boundaries

New constituency boundaries will be used for the 2024 general election. This follows a review by the independent Boundary Commission for England. 

Maps of the new constituency boundaries in Cornwall are available via the links below: 

For interactive mapping, please go to the Boundary Commission for England portal.

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