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Parliamentary election results 7 May 2015

East Riding of Yorkshire Council administered the General Election for three constituencies within its authority boundary on 7 May 2015: Beverley and Holderness, East Yorkshire and Haltemprice and Howden.

Beverley and Holderness
Surname Other Names Party Votes
Healy Denis (Lib) 2900
Howarth Richard (Green) 1802
Pinder Margaret (Lab) 13160
Shores Gary (UKIP) 8794
Stuart Graham (Cons) 25363
Walton Lee (YorksF) 658
Turnout: 65.39%

 

 

East Yorkshire
Surname Other Names Party Votes
Adamson Robert (Lib) 2966
Arnold Stewart (YorksF) 720
Hickson Kevin (Lab) 10343
Knight Greg (Cons) 25276
Maloney Mark (Green) 1731
Todd Steph (UKIP) 8955
Turnout: 62%

 

 

Haltemprice and Howden
Surname Other Names Party Votes
Davis David (Cons) 26414
Greene Tim (Green) 1809
Hart Edward (Lab) 10219
Kitchener John (UKIP) 6781
Minns Carl (Lib) 3055
Wallis Diana Paulette (YorksF) 479
Turnout: 68.7%

 

 

Brigg and Goole constituency

The election for Brigg and Goole constituency was administered by North Lincolnshire Council. Andrew Percy (Conservative Party) was duly elected with 22,946 votes.

Visit North Lincolnshire Council's website for more information:

North Lincolnshire Council - Brigg and Goole General Election Result 7 May 2015 (external website)

Hull West and Hessle constituency

The election for Hull West and Hessle constituency was administered by Hull City Council. Alan Johnson (Labour Party) was duly elected with 15,646 votes.

Visit Hull City Council's website for more information:

Hull City Council - Hull West and Hessle General Election Result 7 May 2015 (external website)

Last Updated: Thursday, 23 March 2017