Your North of Tyne. Your Mayor. Your Vote.

Your vote is important in deciding who the future Mayor of the North of Tyne Combined Authority will be as they will represent everyone in the North of Tyne area for the next 5 years. 

The Elected Mayor will chair the Cabinet of the North of Tyne Combined Authority and will have a number of specific powers and financial resources. This includes a £600m investment fund over 30 years to support job creation across our area.

That’s £20m a year to help grow the local economy so everyone can feel the benefit.
 

Key Documents:

 

Key dates:

Publication of Notice of Election                                                                Tues 26 March    
Last Date for Registration                                                                          Fri 12 April    
Receipt of Postal Vote Applications                                                           Mon 15 April    5pm
Receipt of Proxy Vote Applications                                                            Wed 24 April
First Day to Issue Replacement Lost/not received Postal Ballot Papers   Fri 26 April
Last Day to Issue Replacement Spoilt or Lost Postal Ballot Papers         Thurs 2 May    5pm
Last Day for Receipt of Emergency Proxy Vote Applications                    Thurs 2 May    5pm
Day of Poll                                                                                                Thurs 2 May    7am-10pm

 

More information about the North of Tyne Combined Authority:


To contact our elections team call 01670 624811 or email elections@northumberland.gov.uk 


This page was last updated on Tuesday 16 April 2019
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