PUBLISHED: 07:00 29 April 2017 | UPDATED: 12:15 29 April 2017 Voters will go to the polls on Thursday, May 4 to vote who they want to represent them at Norfolk County Council. Norfolk County Council. County Hall. Photo : Steve Adams All 84 divisions are up for grabs and the political balance at County Hall is on a knife edge. The Conservatives are currently in control, with 42 councillors. Labour have 14 Labour, UKIP and independent 11, 10 Liberal Democrats, three Greens, three non-aligned and one vacancy. We asked all the candidates to tell voters why they deserve your vote in the election. This is what they had to say... BRECKLAND Attleborough (CONS held) Christopher MACKINNON (Lib Dem) Attleborough candidates: Rhodri Oliver (Conservative) and Phil Spiby (Labour). Christopher McKinnon (Liberal Democrat not pictured) Pictures: courtesy of Norfolk Conservatives, Labour Party. No details provided Rhodri OLIVER (Conservative) "I am your candidate for Attleborough with the most … [Read more...] about Which candidates are standing in the Norfolk County Council elections and who should you vote for?