Ward Results

Ward ElectorateTotal BallotsTotal Valid VotesTotal Rejected

Candidate Breakdown

Adrienne Jeorrett wins for Welsh Labour.

Adrienne Jeorrett135
Paul Williams125
Jayne Johnson120
Richard Bennett74
David Foulds25

Smithfield Candidates

Richard Bennett


My name is Richard Bennett and I am standing as an Independent candidate for Smithfield ward on Thurs 4th May. I live and run a garage business in Smithfield ward. I am standing as an Independent cand...

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David Foulds


I am standing for election in the Smithfield ward in Wrexham as an Independent candidate. This is because I believe that it is time that national politics are taken out of the local council chamber. ...

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Adrienne Jeorrett

Welsh Labour

I have lived in Wrexham for 23 years and am a member of the Labour Party. I use to spend a lot of time writing letters to politicians and signing on line campaigns but in 2014 I got active with the lo...

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Jayne Johnson


The reason I have decided to stand in this election is because I believe you must live in a community to fully understand its needs and problems. I have enjoyed living in Smithfield for 35 years with ...

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Paul Williams

Plaid Cymru

Hello, my name is Paul Williams. I am 49 years old, have been a resident of Bernard Road on Smithfield ward for 22 years and am very happily settled here with my wife and family. I am very honoured to...

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How do I vote?

Polling stations are open from 7am to 10pm on Thursday 4th May.

If you don't have your poll card, you can go to the polling station and give them your name and address. You don't need any other form of ID.

Give your name and address to the staff inside the polling station when you arrive. You don’t have to take your poll card with you.

You’ll be given a ballot paper containing a list of the people, parties or the options you can vote for.

  • Take your ballot paper into a polling booth.
  • Follow the instructions on the notices in the polling booth and on the top of the ballot paper to vote.
  • Put it in the ballot box.

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