Council elections are not the same as General Elections. This election is about who works hardest for our community. Many people who normally vote for other parties will be lending us their support this time because they know we work harder for you.
Wirral is a Labour-led Council. Labour has the most seats in the Town Hall. Wirral also has four Labour MPs, a Labour Metro Mayor and a Labour Police & Crime Commissioner.
On this page, you can read more about our local teams in Wallasey and Moreton West & Saughall Massie; sign our local petitions or surveys and catch up with local news you may have missed.
- This year, all 66 councillors in Wirral are being elected, to serve for four years
- That means these are the last council elections until 2027
- If you go to vote in person on the day, you'll need to take photo ID
- You will be asked to vote for three people on the ballot paper
Here, we've put together answers to the most common questions we're being asked about these elections.
The six wards in this constituency are:
- Leasowe & Moreton East: two Labour councillors and Karl Greaney (Independent)
- Liscard: three Labour councillors, including the leader of the council
- Moreton West & Saughall Massie: Colin Baldwin, Gary Bennett and Vida Wilson
- New Brighton: three Labour councillors
- Seacombe: three Labour councillors
- Wallasey: Steve Hoey, Ian Lewis and Lesley Rennie