Local Elections 2023 – the results
Thank you to everyone who voted in the 2023 local elections. The political parties elected were as follows:
- 21 Liberal Democrats councillors
- 8 Green councillors
- 3 Henley Residents Group councillors
- 3 Labour councillors
- 1 Conservative councillor
Turnout – 37%
Electorate eligible to vote in the local elections (as at 18 April 2023) – 112,939
You can also see a breakdown of statistics for South Oxfordshire about the new requirement to show photo ID when voting a polling station. This national requirement was introduced by the UK Government and applied for the first time at the 2023 local elections.
District Council elections
You can see all the results as they came in on our Elections Twitter page – @southoxvotes.
To find out each result in full, please click here to see our view our district ward map. Alternatively, you can find the results for your area by using our postcode search.
You can also view the full Declaration of Result of Poll for each district ward, including the confirmed electorate, turnout and number of rejected ballot papers.
South Oxfordshire parish elections
You can see the results of the contested elections on our parish results pages.
You can also view the full Declaration of Result of Poll for each parish, including the confirmed electorate, turnout and number of rejected ballot papers.
The results for uncontested parish areas are also available separated into:
- Parishes that submitted valid nominations but an election was not called, and
- Parishes that submitted no valid nominations.
Information for election candidates, agents and parish councils
Please see our dedicated information page for election candidates, agents and parish councils, including links to nomination papers and guidance.
Contact us - Electoral services
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