Dinnington Ward – UKIP Win over Labour

Dinnington Ward

Election of a Borough Councillor for Dinnington Ward on Thursday 22 May 2014

I, Martin Kimber, being the Returning Officer at the above election, do hereby give notice that the number of votes recorded for each candidate is as follows:

Name of Candidate Description (if any) Number of Votes*
FALVEY Jacqueline Margaret Labour Party Candidate 1195
FINNIE Ian Kenneth UK Independence Party (UKIP) 1293 Elected
SMITH David Independent 579

* If elected the word ‘Elected’ appears against the number of votes.

The number of ballot papers rejected was as follows: Number of ballot papers
A   want of an official mark 0
B   voting for more Candidates than voter was entitled to 2
C   writing or mark by which voter could be identified 0
D   being unmarked or wholly void for uncertainty 32


Vacant Seats: 1 Electorate:9753 Ballot Papers Issued:3101 Turnout: 31.79%

I do hereby declare that the said FINNIE Ian Kenneth is duly elected Councillor for the Dinnington Ward.

Martin Kimber
Returning Officer

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3 Responses to Dinnington Ward – UKIP Win over Labour

  1. http://independentanstonpolitics.wordpress.com/ says:

    I would love to know what Finnie was drinking in Village club. Poor old Bernard Froggatt worked his socks off and lost. I think Labour thought Anston was the major threat to Rotherham and focused on us. 500 Tories split the vote in Anston, we only need 30 more votes. This is my analysis http://independentanstonpolitics.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=257&action=edit 10 UKIP councillors, 44% of the vote, which would destroy Barron and company if there was an election.

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