Results of Wiltshire and Swindon Police and Crime Commissioner election
The count for the Wiltshire and Swindon Police and Crime Commissioner elections has been completed today (Monday 10 May).
The results of the first preference votes are as follows:
- Junab Ali (Labour): 34147
- Julian Malins (Reform UK): 4348
- Brig Oubridge (Green): 16606
- Mike Rees (Independent): 31722
- Jonathon Seed (Conservative): 84885
- Liz Webster (Liberal Democrats): 35013
The total number of valid first and second preference votes cast for the remaining candidates is:
- Jonathon Seed (Conservative): 100,003
- Liz Webster (Liberal Democrats): 58,074
Terence Herbert, Wiltshire and Swindon Police and Crime Commissioner Area Returning Officer, said: "The election count for the Wiltshire and Swindon Police and Crime Commissioner has been completed today at Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre in Salisbury, and Jonathon Seed, the Conservative Party candidate, has been declared as the winner.
"The result of this election marks the culmination of a long and busy weekend for our hard working staff, who have managed a COVID-secure election across 348 polling stations in Wiltshire, and counts for 98 Wiltshire Council unitary divisions; 63 city, town and parish elections; and the PCC election. I'd like to thank them all for all their hard work during the past few months. They are true public servants."
The council's Head of Paid Service will be considering the next steps to take following this election after taking appropriate legal advice.
All election results are available on the Wiltshire Council website: https://elections.wiltshire.gov.uk/Home/Results