The results of two constituencies in Salford for the UK Parliamentary General Election have been announced.
Salford and Eccles constituency
- Barnes, Christopher UK Independence Party - 2,320 votes
- Long-Bailey, Rebecca Labour Party - 31,168 votes
- Olsen, Wendy Green Party - 809 votes
- Reid, John Campbell Liberal Democrats - 1,286 votes
- Sugarman, Jason The Conservative Party - 12,036 votes
Rejected votes: 111
Worsley and Eccles South constituency
- Clarkson, Kate, Liberal Democrats - 1,087 votes
- Dylan, Tom Green, Party - 842 votes
- Keeley, Barbara Mary, Labour Party - 26,046 votes
- Lindley, Iain David, The Conservative Party - 17,667 votes
Rejected votes: 115
The election count was carried out at the AJ Bell Stadium and the result was announced from 2.30am onwards.
Blackley and Broughton constituency
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, however you can see the details of the result below.
- Ajoku, Abi - Christian Peoples Alliance - 174 votes
- Garsden, Charles Richard George - Liberal Democrats - 737 votes
- Goss, David Philip - Conservative Party - 8,657 votes
- Jones, David - Green Party - 462 votes
- Power, Martin - UK Independence Party (UKIP) - 1,825 votes
- Stringer, Graham Eric - Labour Party - 28,258 votes
Labour candidate Neil Andrew Reynolds has been declared the winner in the 2017 Claremont by-election.
The turnout for the election, held Thursday 8 June, was 65 per cent with 5,384 votes cast.
The votes were cast as follows:
- Cremins, Stuart, The Republic Party - 49 votes
- Lorenz, Stef, Liberal Democrats - 319 votes
- Reynolds, Neil Andrew, Labour Party - 3,300 votes
- Towers, Daniel, Green Party - 236 votes
- Woods, Charlotte, The Conservative Party - 1,455 votes
25 ballot papers were rejected.
The by-election was called following the resignation of Councillor Sareda Dirir in April 2017
The political makeup of the council is now:
- Labour - 50
- Conservative - 9
- Liberal Democrats - 0
- Independent - 1
- Date published
- Friday 9 June 2017
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