How Nottinghamshire Voted In Yesterday's General Election.

Ashfield

Arran Rangi – Green Party – 398 votes – 1% of total
Bob Charlesworth – Liberal Democrats – 969 – 2%
Gail Turner – Ashfield Independents – 4,612 – 9%
Gloria De Peiro – Labour Party – 21,285 – 43%
Ray Young – UKIP – 1,885 – 4%
Tony Harper – Conservative - 20,844 – 42%

Bassetlaw

Annette Simpson – Conservative – 22,615 votes – 43.3% of total
John Mann – Labour – 27,467 – 52.6% 
Leon Duveen – Liberal Democrat – 1,154 – 2.2%
Nigel Turner – Independent – 1,014 – 1.9%

Broxtowe

Anna Soubry – Conservative – 25,983 votes – 46.8% of total
Fran Loi – UKIP – 1,477 – 2.7%
Greg Marshall – Labour – 25,120 – 45.3%
Pat Mo
rton – Green Party – 681 votes – 1.2%
Tim Hallam – Liberal Democra
t – 2,247 – 4%

Gedling

Carolyn Abbott – Conservative – 22,139 votes – 42.8% of total
Lee Waters – UKIP – 1,143 – 2.2%
Rebecca Connick – 515 – 1%
Robert Swift – Green Party – 515 – 1%
Vernon Coaker – Labour - 26,833 – 51.9%

Mansfield

Alan Meale – Labour – 22,335 votes – 44.5% of total
Anita Prabhakar – Liberal Democrat – 697 – 1.4%
Ben Bradley – Conservative – 23,392 – 46.6%
Philip Shields – Independent – 1,079 – 2.2%
Sid Pepper – UKIP – 2,654 – 5.3%

Newark

Chantal Lee – Labour – 16,344 votes – 29.7 of total
David Watts – Liberal Democrat – 2,786 – 5.1%
Robert Jenrick – Conservative – 34,493 – 62.7%
Xandra Arundel – UKIP – 1,419 – 2.6%

Rushcliffe

David Mellen – Labour – 22,213 votes – 38.1% of total
George Mallender – Green Party – 1,626 – 2.8%
Jayne Phoenix – Liberal Democrat - 2,759 – 4.7%
Kenneth Clarke – Conservative – 30,223 – 51.8%
Matthew Faithfull – UKIP – 1,490 – 2.6% 

Sherwood


Becky Thomas – Liberal Democrat – 1,113 votes – 2.1% of total
Mark Spencer – Conservative – 27,492 – 51.5%
Mike Pringle – Labour – 22,294 – 41.8%
Morris Findley – Green Party – 664 – 1.2%
Stuart Bestwick – 1,801 – 3.4%










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