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Parliamentary election results December 2019

Parliamentary elections to appoint members of parliament (MPs) for the York Central and York Outer parliamentary constituencies were held on Thursday 12 December 2019.

Details of elected candidates were announced by the Lord Mayor of York, Janet Looker, and the Sheriff of York, Jo Trythall, on Friday 13 December.

The Acting Returning Officer for the parliamentary election was Ian Floyd.

Elected MPs are denoted with their party colour:

Brexit Party (Light Blue). Brexit Party
Conservative party (Blue). Conservative Party
Green Party (Green). Green Party
Independents (Grey). Independent
Labour Party (Red). Labour Party
Liberal Democrat Party (Yellow). Liberal Democrat Party
Social Democratic Party (Dark pink). Social Democratic Party
Yorkshire Party (Light Blue). Yorkshire Party

York Central

Candidates   Party Number of votes
James Blanchard   Liberal Democrats 4,149
Andrew Dunn   Social Democratic Party 134
Tom Franklin   Green Party 2,107
Rachael Maskell Labour Party (Red). Labour Party 27,312
Andrew Snedden   Yorkshire Party 557
Nicholas Szkiler   The Brexit Party 1,479
Fabia Tate   The Conservative Party 13,767

Rachael Maskell has been duly elected as Member of Parliament for York Central.

York Central totals

  • Electorate: 74,899
  • Turnout 66.38%
  • Total number of votes: 49,703
  • Total number of rejected votes: 198

York Outer

Candidates   Party Number of votes
Keith Aspden   Liberal Democrats 9,992
Scott Marmion   Independent 692
Anna Perrett   Labour Party 17,339
Julian Sturdy Conservative party (Blue). The Conservative Party 27,324

Julian Sturdy has been duly elected as Member of Parliament for York Outer.

York Outer totals

  • Electorate: 74,673
  • Turnout 74.44%
  • Total number of votes: 55,575
  • Total number of rejected votes: 228

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