Election results – a closer look

The County Council election result was without doubt a resounding victory for Kent Conservatives who won 67 of the 81 seats on Kent County Council.

Increased majority celebrated at County Hall

Returning and newly elected Conservative County Councillors gathered at County Hall to celebrate winning 67 of the 81 seats on Kent County Council 22 more than in the elections four years ago. KCC Leader Paul Carter spoke about how well the campaign had gone with everyone working together and the challenges KCC faces in the […]

Election results out on Friday

Counting of votes for the County Council election will take place on Friday 05 May at locations across Kent.  Each count will begin at 10 00 with the verification process where the number of votes in each ballot box is cross checked to see if it matches the number of ballot papers issued.  Once verification […]

Thursday 04 May is election day!

Remember to vote for your Conservative candidate on Thursday 04 May for Kent County Council.  You can see our manifesto and our candidates on this website.  Help us achieve our Commonsense Vision for Kent. Polling stations are open from 07am to 10pm.  You do not need your polling card to vote. PS – If you still […]

Watch the latest Conservative party political broadcast

In this party election broadcast, Theresa May says, ‘… at every election whether local, regional or national, every single vote for my local candidates and my party the Conservatives is a vote for strong and stable leadership in the national interest…. So on May the fourth and June the eighth vote for my candidate, the […]