Get County Council Election Results Onlineby Amber Valley Info on Saturday 20 April 2013
Voters go to the polls on Thursday 2 May to elect a new Derbyshire County Council for the first time in four years.
And residents will be able to keep up with the results wherever they are by signing up for regular county council email alerts.
They can sign up for the free results service − and find out which candidate wants to represent them − at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/results (opens in a new window) or follow events on Twitter @derbyshirecc or Facebook www.facebook.com/derbyshirecc (opens in a new window)
The Derbyshire County Council website will also be regularly updated for people to log on to check the latest results at www.derbyshire.gov.uk/results (opens in a new window)
Around 590,000 people will be eligible to vote between 7am and 10pm as 266 candidates from 10 political parties contest 64 seats.
The election will determine how £525m is spent each year − excluding schools − on vital services for more than 760,000 local people.
DCC chief executive, Nick Hodgson, said:
"Our services affect everyone and I would urge voters to turn out in force on May 2 to have their say."
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