Constituency candidates for North Herefordshire / Hereford and South Herefordshire announced

Herefordshire Council’s electoral services has published the ‘Statement of Persons Nominated’, which details the constituency candidates standing for the UK Parliamentary General Election on Thursday 4 July 2024.        

North Herefordshire County Constituency:

  • Jon Browning – Labour Party
  • Ellie Chowns – The Green Party
  • Andy Dye – Reform UK
  • Michael Guest – Social Democratic Party
  • Cat Hornsey – Liberal Democrats
  • Bill Wiggin - The Conservative Party

Hereford and South Herefordshire County Constituency:

  • Nigel Ely – Reform UK
  • Joe Emmett – Labour Party
  • Jesse Norman – The Conservative Party
  • Dan Powell – Liberal Democrats
  • Diana Toynbee – The Green Party
  • Mark Weadon

Register to Vote

To vote in the General Election, you must:

  • be registered to vote
  • be 18 years old or over on 4 July 2024
  • be a  British, Irish or qualifying Commonwealth citizen or from Cyprus or Malta
  • be resident at an address in the UK or living abroad and registered as an overseas voter or posted abroad and registered as a service voter

People without a fixed address can also be registered to vote via a declaration of local connection. Forms and more information are available on the website Types of election, referendums, and who can vote: General election - GOV.UK (

If you are already registered to vote you do not need to re-register.

The deadline to register to vote for the General Election is midnight on Tuesday 18 June 2024. Registering to vote is quick and easy online at you will need your national insurance number to hand.

Photographic ID

Electors voting in person must bring an acceptable form of photographic ID to their polling station. Some of the most commonly used ID includes:

  • Passport
  • Photo driver's licence (including provisional)
  • Over 60s travel passes

See the full list of acceptable ID on the Electoral Commission website

If you have a form of acceptable photo ID but it is out of date, you can still use it to vote at a polling station if it still looks like you.

If you don't already have an accepted form of photo ID, or you're not sure whether your photo ID still looks like you, you can apply for a free Voter Authority Certificate. The deadline to apply is 5pm on Wednesday 26 June 2024.

Published: 7th June 2024