There are currently 650 constituencies in the UK. Each constituency elects one MP (Member of Parliament) to a seat in the House of Commons.
The Harlow constituency covers the whole of the Harlow District plus part of Epping Forest District.
A general election has to be held within at least 5 years of the last one.
The last general election took place on 12 December 2019.
|Charlotte Cane||Liberal Democrats||2,397|
|Robert Halfon||Conservative||27,510 (Elected)|
Robert Halfon is elected as the MP for the Harlow constituency.
The percentage turnout: 64.04%
The total number of verified ballot papers: 43,594
The total number of eligible electors for the constituency: 68,078
Number of votes
The total number of valid votes cast: 43,354
The total number of ballot papers rejected: 236
The majority of votes for the elected candidate: 14,063
Rejected ballot papers
Number of ballot papers rejected because of:
- want of an official mark: 0
- voting for more than one candidate: 42
- writing or mark by which the voter could be identified: 4
- unmarked or void for uncertainty: 190
You can also download a copy of the declaration of results (pdf)