Laura McCarthy was elected in the May 2018 local elections to represent Elmdon, replacing her Lib Dem predecessor Martin Hewings who has retired.
The results were
- McCarthy (Lib Dem) – 1282 votes (43.6%%)
- Price (Conservative) – 1221 votes (41.5%)
- Gulati (Labour) – 440 votes (15.0%)
Elmdon Ward has been represented by Liberal Democrat Councillors since 2004, when Barbara Harber was elected in that year's all-up elections.
Currently, the ward has two Liberal Democrat Councillors. Cllr Glenis Slater was first elected to the Council in 2008, and was re-elected in 2012 and 2016. Cllr Martin Hewings was first elected in 2010, and was re-elected in 2014.
In Elmdon we have a strong team of local volunteers who regularly deliver our Focus leaflets, at no cost to the taxpayer. With these leaflets we keep everyone in Elmdon up to date with local news, campaigns by our Councillors and ways to get in touch. The latest editions can be viewed below.