HC Deb 20 November 1888 vol 330 c1662
MR. HOWARD (Middlesex, Tottenham)

asked the President of the Local Government Board, how many votes each elector under the Local Government Act will have in those Divisions where the election of County Councillors will, in the first instance, be by the whole Division and not by wards; and whether an elector can give more than one vote to any particular candidate?

THE PRESIDENT (MR. RITCHIE) (Tower Hamlets, St. George's)

An elector in any of the combined Electoral Divisions will have as many votes as there are Councillors to be elected for the combined Divisions. But he will not be entitled to give more than one vote to one candidate.