Election Result – Bridlington Town, South Ward

Declaration of result of poll – Election of Councillor for the Bridlington Town, South Ward held on 31 March 2016

I, the undersigned, being the Deputy Returning Officer at the election of a councillor for the Bridlington South Ward give notice that the number of votes recorded for each candidate at the election is as follows:

Vic BENNETT (Holder of the MBE) = 97 votes

Bridie CROFT (Labour Party) = 212 votes (ELECTED)

Andrea Michelle DUGGAN (Independent Candidate) = 69 votes

Timothy Robert Ord NORMAN (Independent) = 139 votes

Neil Thomas TATE (UK independence Party (UKIP)) = 208

The number of ballot papers rejected was as follows:

a) want of official mark = 0
b) voting for more candidates than voter was entitled to = 0
c) writing or mark by which voter could be identified = 0
d) being unmarked or wholly void for uncertainty = 2
e) rejected in part = 0

Total rejected ballot papers = 2.

And I do hereby declare that the said Bridie CROFT is duly elected for the Bridlington South Ward ward of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

Electorate: 10173
Ballot papers returned/issued: 727
Turnout: 7%

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