Chelmsford City Council

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Local Council election results

  

2019 Marconi by-election

  • Paul Bishop, Labour Party: 156 votes
  • Steven Chambers, Independent: 72 votes
  • Ben Harvey, The Green Party Candidate: 69 votes
  • Ben McNally, The Conservative Party Candidate: 311 votes
  • Smita Rajesh, Liberal Democrat: 563 votes

Smita Rajesh is duly elected.

The turnout for this election was 21% and there were four rejected votes.


2019 results

  • Liberal Democrat Party: 31 councillors
  • Conservative Party: 21 councillors
  • South Woodham Ferrers Council Taxpayers Association: 2 councillors
  • Independent: 3 councillors
Ward
Chelmer Village and Beaulieu Park
Vacant seats
3
Results
  • Carter, Nigel David (UK Independence Party (UKIP)): 305 votes
  • Clark, Dan (Liberal Democrat): 985 votes (elected)
  • Dalby, Harrison William (Labour Party): 233 votes
  • Gulliver, Neil (The Conservative Party Candidate): 1,012 votes (elected)
  • Haigh, Steven Kenneth (Labour Party): 234 votes
  • Havell, Dave (Liberal Democrat): 944 votes
  • Mcghie, Graham Thomas (The Conservative Party Candidate): 918 votes
  • Moore, Rose (Liberal Democrat): 1,150 votes (elected)
  • Sullivan, Susan Ruth (The Conservative Party Candidate): 931 votes
Rejected votes
9
Turnout
30.91%

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Last updated: 23 November 2020

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