When the election was, results and notices. 

Voting for the European Parliamentary Election took place on Thursday 23 May 2019. 

Bristol is part of the South West Region for this election and the South West will elect 6 Members of the European Parliament (MEP). 

This election uses a proportional representation voting method. You have one vote to elect all of the MEPs for the South West Region. 

Each party will put forward a list of candidates (known as a regional list). You vote for one of these lists or for an individual candidate standing as an independent. 

The MEPs for each party that are elected to represent the South West depends on the overall share of votes that each party receives. 


Counting of the votes took place on Sunday 26 May 2019.

Results of the European Parliamentary elections 2019, on the BCP website.

Election notices

The Regional Returning Officer for the South West Region is BCP Council Go to https://live-bcpcouncil-bournemouth.cloud.contensis.com/Home.aspx (opens new window).

The BCP Council includes Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council. 

pdf Election notice: European Parliamentary elections 2019 (524 KB)

pdf Situation of polling stations (139 KB)

pdf Statement of parties and individual candidates nominated (258 KB)

pdf Notice of regional election agents (211 KB)

pdf Bristol verification statement (391 KB)

Contact information

Electoral services

PO Box 3399
Bristol City Council
Bristol, BS1 9NE

Email: electoral.services@bristol.gov.uk
Tel: 0117 922 3400
Fax: 0117 922 3461

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday, 9am to 5pm
Friday, 9am to 4.30pm