Isle of Wight Vote

2021 candidate and polling information for local elections

General Election 2024 – Isle of Wight East and Isle of Wight West

4th July 2024

Islanders will head to the polls on 4th July 2024 to vote for who they would like to become the next Member of Parliament for both the Isle of Wight East and Isle of Wight West seats.

It is the first General Election since boundary changes were implemented that has seen the Isle of Wight seat split in 2 – meaning households will be represented by a different MP in a East/West split.


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Who's standing in your area?

Find out the candidates that are standing for election in your constituency in the 2024 General Election.

General Election Candidates

Where do I vote?

Your local polling station is listed on your poll card. If you’ve lost your poll card don’t worry, you can still vote and you can find your correct polling station by clicking the link below.

Polling Stations
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