The next local elections are for St Albans District Council in May 2018.
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There are already over 160 Green councillors in England: motivated, passionate people who are achieving great things for their towns and cities. Vote Green in local elections to get more hard-working Greens elected.
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Our Previous Results
Voting for a Green candidate gives you a chance to send a message that you like our policies, campaigns and ideas. Here are some highlights of our results in the last few years:
- In 2011 we won our first council seat in the district, when Simon Grover became a councillor for St Peters ward. Tom Hardy also became a parish councillor in Redbourn.
- In 2012 Simon retained his seat with a greatly increased majority, to serve until 2016.
- In 2015 In the General Election Jack Easton tripled his vote compared to the 2010 election. Locally, the Green vote in St Albans wards increased 56% compared to 2010.
- In 2016 Simon Grover was re-elected for the second time, to be Councillor for St Peters ward until 2020.
For the full results of previous elections, click here