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Election Results

Results from 8 June 2017

Election of a Member of Parliament for Wyre Forest Constituency. 

Candidate  Description Votes Elected?
CAULFIELD, Brett Raymond The Green Party  1025
CONNOLLY, George UK Independence Party (UKIP)  1777
GARNIER, Mark Robert Timothy     The Conservative Party Candidate      29859    YES
LAMB, Matthew Labour Party  16525
MIAH, Shazu Liberal Democrats 1943

Turnout:  66.03%

Invalid ballot papers: 90

Declaration of result of poll

Writ

Results from 4 May 2017

Wyre Forest District Council by-election

Mitton Ward

CandidateDescriptionVotesElected?
BREWER, CliffLabour Party429 
FORD, SimonLiberal Democrats 79 
HOLDEN, JohnUK Independence Party (UKIP) 215 
LEA, VickyThe Green Party39 
THOMAS, John William Roland Independent Community and Health Concern 506 
WILLIAMS, Howard StuartThe Conservative Party Candidate797YES

Turnout: 28.16%

 

Kidderminster Town Council by-election

Foley Park & Hoobrook

NameDescription VotesElected?
BEAVIS, Adrian StanleyLiberal Democrats173 
CRUMPTON, GeraldLabour Party342 
DAVIS, JohnThe Green Party70 
GALE, Kevin GeorgeThe Conservative Party Candidate833YES
HARRINGTON, SteveUK Independence Party (UKIP)240 
MEEKINGS, SueIndependent Community and Health Concern317 

Turnout: 27.34%

 

Worcestershire County Council election:

DivisionElected Party
BewdleyVALECON
ChaddesleyHARTCON
Cookley, Wolverley & Wribbenhall HARDIMANCON
St BarnabasHINGLEYCON
St ChadsOBORSKILIB DEM
St Georges & St OswaldsRAYNERICHC
St JohnsONSLOWCON
St MarysDESMONDCON

Stourport-on-Severn

 

ROGERS
& HARRISON

 

CON

 

 

View full results for Wyre Forest broken down by division. 

View full Worcestershire County Council results.


Stourport Town Council by-elections

Areley Kings West

NameDescription VotesElected?
DAWES, Berenice Susan UK Independence Party (UKIP) 42 
HENDERSON, LinThe Conservative Party Candidate 375YES
PRATT, ChrisLiberal Democrats35 
TAYLOR-ROBINSON, Gemma Helen Independent Community and Health Concern 130 
WYNNE, MartinLabour Party162 

Turnout: 35.88%

 

Stour & Wilden

NameDescription VotesElected?
FORD, Simon Liberal Democrats 50 
HAWES, JillLabour Party178 
TALBOT, Gary Martyn UK Independence Party (UKIP) 85 
THOMAS, John William Roland Independence Community and Health Concern 232 
WILLIAMS, Howard StuartThe Conservative Party Candidate347YES

Turnout: 27.58%

 

A referendum was held on Thursday 23 June 2016 to decide on whether the UK should remain a member or the European Union. For this referendum, you received a ballot paper with this question:

Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?

            Total Votes Cast

Rejected

Turnout

                        57,666

      34

74.05%

Votes cast in favour of:

Votes

Remain a member of the European Union

21,240

Leave the European Union

36,392

The EU Referendum national results are available at www.electoralcommission.org.uk

Declaration of Count Totals

Certificate of Count Totals

Please follow the links below to view the results for the elections that took place on 7th May 2015. 

View Parliamentary Election Results 

View District Election results

View Parish Election results 

Registered electors in Kidderminster were asked,

"Should Kidderminster have a Town Council?'

79.1% (18,264) voted YES

20.2% (4,668) voted NO

Declaration of result of Local Advisory Poll

Wyre Forest District Council will consider the results of the poll together with any other comments from the consultation at its meeting on 29 July 2015. It will then decide whether or not to go ahead with the creation of a Town Council. We will make sure that the Council’s decision is widely publicised.



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