Hellaby Ward Election Results – Turner takes the seat for UKIP from Labour

Hellaby Ward

Election of a Borough Councillor for Hellaby 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*
MALLINDER Janet Martin Labour Party Candidate 1150
MEHBAN Omar The Conservative Party Candidate 552
TURNER Richard Arthur John UK Independence Party (UKIP) 1825 Elected

* 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 3
C   writing or mark by which voter could be identified 1
D   being unmarked or wholly void for uncertainty 14

Total

18
Vacant Seats: 1 Electorate:9363 Ballot Papers Issued:3545 Turnout: 37.86%

I do hereby declare that the said TURNER Richard Arthur John is duly elected Councillor for the Hellaby Ward.

Martin Kimber
Returning Officer

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3 Responses to Hellaby Ward Election Results – Turner takes the seat for UKIP from Labour

  1. sirm1991 says:

    I’m very disappointed with the result, but had an inkling on the doorstep that it was slipping from us as early as April.
    The gain was from us (Tories) Lynda D was the last councillor elected.
    Despite the resounding defeat, we’ll carry on fighting in Hellaby next year!
    Omar

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