Polling stations for mayoral elections in England on Thursday 4 May are now closed.
If you want to know when the counting of votes will begin, you can find your council on the list below:
Find out about elections where you are
Enter your postcode to find information on the elections where you are.
Who can vote?
- 18 years of age or over on polling day
- a British citizen, a qualifying Commonwealth citizen, or a citizen of the European Union
- resident in the UK
- not be subject to any legal incapacity to vote
What is a Mayoral Combined Authority?
Mayoral Combined Authorities bring together local authorities across a city region or county area. They are responsible for services such as transport, planning and skills provision.
These Combined Authorities will be headed by a Combined Authority Mayor, similar to the Mayor of London. The Mayor will form a cabinet, comprised of the leaders of the local authorities. Together the Mayor and local authority leaders make up the Combined Authority.
You can find out more at gov.uk/ourmayor.