Polling day 4th May 2023

Do you know about the new voter ID requirement?

On Thursday 4th May 2023 residents will vote to elect their Borough Councillors. There will be no ballot for Parish as the wards were uncontested. Voters in England will need to provide a photo ID in order to vote at polling stations. You can use an expired accepted ID, provided it still looks like you.

To find your nearest polling station, visit https://wheredoivote.co.uk and enter your postcode. For Guildford Borough residents, more information is also found here https://www.guildford.gov.uk/forthcomingelections.

The Candidate information for all election communications is printed in alphabetical order of surname.

Guildford Borough Council elections

Within Ash, there are three wards which are named Ash South, Ash Vale & Ash Wharf.

The candidates for Ash South are:

Buckley, Philip John (Liberal Democrat)

Elburn, Martin (Liberal Democrat)

Flynn, Carl Kevin (Conservative)

Shaw, David (Residents for Guildford and Villages)

Wrycroft, Geroge Edward (Conservative)

Wyeth-Price, Sue (Residents for Guildford and Villages)

The candidates for Ash Vale are:

Lucas, Richard (Liberal Democrat)

Manning, Nigel (Conservative)

Morson, Carla Jane (Liberal Democrat)

Moseley, Marsha Jayne (Conservative)

The candidates for Ash Wharf are:

Bellamy, Philip Edward (Liberal Democrat)

Gallagher, Mick (Labour)

Pritchard, Wendy Felicity (Conservative)

Tonks, John Kenneth (Conservative)

White, Fiona Jean (Liberal Democrat)

Whitehouse, Claire (Green)

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