Police and Crime Commissioner Election Result 5 May 2016

Rotherham Voting Area Thursday 5 May 2016

Statement of count totals and of rejected ballot papers at the first count

As the local Returning Officer for the voting area of Rotherham at the election for the Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire police area on 5 May 2016, I hereby give notice that:

The total number of ballot papers used is: 64,267
The total number of rejected ballot papers is: 1,889
The total number of valid first preference votes is: 62,378
The total number of valid first preference votes cast for each of the candidates is as follows:
 Name of Candidate  Description (if any)  Number of Votes*
 ALLEN David Stewart English Democrats - "More Police - catching criminals!" 4,373
 BILLINGS Alan Roy Labour Party 30,263
 FELTON Gavin Patrick UK Independence Party (UKIP) 17,960
 OTTEN Joe Liberal Democrats 2,665
 WALKER Ian Geoffrey The Conservative Party Candidate 7,117
The number of ballot papers rejected was as follows: Number of ballot papers
 A  Want of an official mark 0
 B Voting for more than one candidate as to the first preference vote 710
 C  Writing or mark by which the voter could be identified 3
 D Unmarked as to the first preference vote 803
 E Void for uncertainty as to the first preference vote 373
Total rejected 1,889

Dated 6 May 2016

Sharon Kemp

Local Returning Officer

South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Election Result

The Rotherham Voting Area result shown above feeds into the full result for the South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner that is published by Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council.

See the full South Yorkshire result

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