Wiltshire Council elections
Wiltshire Council elections date from 2009, when the new Wiltshire Council was created, although a shadow authority had been in existence since 2008.
As a result of the 2009 structural changes to local government in England, the former Wiltshire County Council and the four districts within its geographical area were replaced by Wiltshire Council, a unitary authority covering the same area, with elections continuing to be held every four years, beginning on 4 June 2009, when they coincided with an election to the European Parliament.
Previously, Wiltshire County Council had been elected between 1889 and 2005, initially every three years, later every four years.
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- 4 June 2009 Wiltshire Council election
- 2 May 2013 Wiltshire Council election
- 4 May 2017 Wiltshire Council election
County result maps
|By-election||Date||Incumbent party||Winning party|
|Southwick by-election||3 September 2009||Conservative||Independent|
|Bromham, Rowde and Potterne by-election||21 December 2010||Conservative||Conservative|
|Ethandune by-election||6 March 2014||Conservative||Conservative|
|Bromham, Rowde and Potterne by-election||7 May 2015||Conservative||Conservative|
|Chippenham Hardenhuish by-election||7 May 2015||Liberal Democrat||Conservative|
|Salisbury St Edmund and Milford by-election||26 November 2015||Liberal Democrat||Conservative|
|Amesbury East by-election||5 May 2016||Conservative||Liberal Democrat|
|Trowbridge Grove by-election||14 July 2016||Independent||Liberal Democrat|
|Trowbridge Drynham by-election||4 July 2019||Conservative||Liberal Democrat|
|Westbury North by-election||18 July 2019||Liberal Democrat||Liberal Democrat|
|Ethandune by-election||19 September 2019||Conservative||Conservative|