Police and Crime Commissioner election: 15 November 2012

On Thursday 15 November 2012, Greater Manchester's first Police and Crime Commissioner election took place.

The first Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester is Tony Lloyd, Labour.

Results

Candidate's surname Other names Description Salford votes Overall votes
GALLAGHER Matt Liberal Democrats 2,387 40,318
LLOYD Tony Labour 12,764 139,437
WARREN Roy Independent 1,840 26,664
WINSTANLEY Michael William Conservative 3,672 42,478
WOOLFE Steven Marcus UK Independence Party 1,919 23,256

Turnout

Voting area Votes cast Percentage turnout
Bury 22,271 15.47%
Bolton 28,020 14.2%
Manchester 54,934 14.86%
Oldham 20,237 12.59%
Rochdale 19,296 12%
Salford 22,967 13.11%
Stockport 30,252 13.69%
Tameside 23,651 14.2%
Trafford 29,336 18.33%
Wigan 28,010 11.42%
  • The total number of votes cast was 278,974
  • The percentage turnout for Greater Manchester was 13.93%

For more information visit the Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner website.

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