South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner By Election Result 30 October 2014

  1. South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner By Election Result 30 October 2014
  2. South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner By Election Declaration of Result (You are here)

South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner By Election Declaration of Result

 Name of Candidate  Description (if any)  Number of Votes
 ALLEN, David  English Democrats – “Putting England First!”  8,583 (5.8 percent)
 BILLINGS, Alan  Labour Party Candidate  74,060 (50.02 percent)
 CLARKSON, Jack  UK Independence Party (UKIP)  46,883 (31.66 percent)
 WALKER, Ian  The Conservative Party Candidate  18,536 (12.52 percent)

Total number of valid first preference votes: 148,062

Number of ballot papers rejected at first count: 2,299 

The turnout in the South Yorkshire Police Area at this election was 14.88 percent.

Alan Billings, Labour Party Candidate, has been elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire. 

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