Elections results

The results of two constituencies in Salford for the UK Parliamentary General Election have been announced.

Salford and Eccles constituency

Candidate Party Votes cast
Blears, Bryan Green Party 2,060
Choudhary, Attika Conservative Party 12,428
Long-Bailey, Rebecca Labour Party 28,755
Mickler, Matt The Brexit Party 4,290
Overend, Jake Liberal Democrats 3,099
  • Elected: Rebecca Long-Bailey
  • Turnout: 61.48%
  • Votes cast: 50,804
  • Void votes: 172
  • Majority: 16,327

Worsley and Eccles South constituency

Candidate Party Votes cast
Johnson-Tod, Joe Liberal Democrats 2,510
Keeley, Barbara Mary Labour Party 20,446
Martin, Seamus The Brexit Party 3,224
Saunders, Arnie Conservative Party 17,227
Towers, Daniel James Green Party 1,300
  • Elected: Barbara Mary Keeley
  • Turnout: 60.55%
  • Votes cast: 44,825
  • Void votes: 118
  • Majority: 3,219

The election count was carried out at the AJ Bell Stadium and the result was announced from 3.20am onwards.

Please note the Kersal and Broughton wards of Salford lie within the Blackley and Broughton constituency.

The verification, count and declaration for this constituency is facilitated by Manchester City Council.

Pendlebury by-election

Damian Craig Bailey has been declared the winner in the 2019 Pendlebury by-election, held Thursday 12 December.

The votes were cast as follows:

Candidate Party Votes cast
Bailey, Damian Craig Labour Party 2,721
Bisbey, Catherine Conservative Party 1,797
Otten, Guy Nicholas Green Party 518
  • Elected: Damian Craig Bailey
  • Turnout: 57%
  • Void votes: 50
  • Total votes: 5,086
  • Majority: 924

The by-election was called following the death of Councillor John Ferguson in October 2019.

The political makeup of the council is now

  • Labour: 51
  • Conservative: 8
  • Liberal Democrats: 0
  • Independent: 1

Date published
Friday 13 December 2019

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