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Your Regional Representatives

Assembly Members are elected by the people of Wales. They represent public interest as well as individuals living within the constituency or region in which he or she has been elected to serve a term of office. Assembly Members are elected every 4 years.

They have regular contact with the public through meetings, telephone calls or surgeries.

Assembly Members are paid a salary for their work, they also receive allowances. Information about these can be found using the National Assembly for Wales Allowance Database. All Members of the National Assembly for Wales are required to complete a register of interests the details of which are published alongside each Member's profile.

If you are a resident and want to find your constituency or regional Assembly Member visit the National Assembly for Wales Assembly Member search engine.