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England and Wales PCC Elections – the full results.

England and Wales PCC Elections – the full results.

I have collated all the first-preference results from the 2016 Police & Crime Commissioner Elections which are set out below. [googleapps domain=”docs” dir=”spreadsheets/d/1BaoDpmT7B243BFofr0aboyMbNO6Thdy_Iu_ZtCQNSRc/pubhtml” query=”gid=0&single=true&widget=true&headers=false” width=”3000″ height=”950″ /] I have collated these from a variety of news sources so while I have been as careful as I can I cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions.

Kent PCC elections: the results in detail.

Kent PCC elections: the results in detail.

This post is strictly for politics nerds. Yesterday we looked at the result of the Police and Crime Commissioner and today I want to look at the results in some more detail. First: a health warning. Direct comparisons between this result and the 2012 election are problematic to say the least. Firstly and most obviously, the winning candidate from 2012 didn’t seek re-election and, as an independent, there’s no party we can use as a basis for comparison. Secondly, the…

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Kent PCC elections: the people have spoken. Well, some of them.

Kent PCC elections: the people have spoken. Well, some of them.

Never mind the Masterchef final, the London Mayoral election or the nomination of Donald Trump to be leader of the free world: the results of the Kent Police and Crime Commissioner election were announced today. Sadly, the election doesn’t appear to have captured the public’s imagination, with turnout at 21.5% (up from 16.3% in 2012, but that was in November). Unsurprisingly, on a good day for the Tories generally, their candidate Matthew Scott was elected. Equally unsurprisingly, the second round…

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