You can find the Rural South Ward and all other results here.
The Borough Council elections on 4th May are 'all-out' elections. This means that:
- All seats on the Council are up for election.
- There are 45 Seats across 15 Wards – 3 Councillors per Ward.
- Voters can cast a vote for three separate candidates.
- When votes are counted in each ward, the candidate with the most votes will serve for four years before needing to be re-elected again. The second place candidate will serve for three years before needing to be re-elected, and the third placed candidate will serve for one year before having to be re-elected.
All election results since 2018 can be found here
To view results from previous elections visit the election results archive.