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Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner election May 2021 results

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Results from the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner election which took place on Thursday 6 May 2021 were as follows:

Declaration of count - North Yorkshire Police Area

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The number of first preference votes cast for the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Election on Thursday 6 May 2021 in the North Yorkshire Police Area, were:

Name of candidate First preference votes
ALLOTT, Philip, The Conservative Party Candidate 73,657
BARKER, James Richard Lake, Liberal Democrats 19,773
HUME, Alison, Labour and Co-operative Party 40,803
TORDOFF, Keith Graham, Independent 22,338

Rejected ballot papers for the counting of votes:

  • Want of official mark: 0
  • Voting for more than one candidate as to the second preference vote: 15
  • Writing or mark by which voter could be identified: 2
  • Unmarked as to the first preference vote: 4129
  • Void for Uncertainty: 133

Total Rejected: 4279

Further information

  • Total for candidates: 158,571
  • Total rejected: 4279
  • Total: 162,850

Janet Waggott, Police Area Returning Officer, declared the total number of valid first and second preference votes cast for each of the remaining candidates is as follows:

Candidate First preference votes Second preference votes Total preference votes
ALLOTT, Philip 73,657 11,080 84,737
HUME, Alison 40,803 12,639 53,442

ALLOTT, Philip David was duly elected to serve as Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire Police area.

Declaration of the York count

  • York Electorate: 148,574
  • York Turnout: 24.16%

The number of first preference votes cast for the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Election on Thursday 6 May 2021 in the North Yorkshire Police Area, were:

Name of candidate First preference votes
ALLOTT, Philip, The Conservative Party Candidate 10,560
BARKER, James Richard Lake, Liberal Democrats 5,786
HUME, Alison, Labour and Co-operative Party 14,755
TORDOFF, Keith Graham, Independent 4,242

Rejected Ballots: 584

Janet Waggott, Police Area Returning Officer, declared the total number of valid first and second preference votes cast for each of the remaining candidates is as follows:

Candidate First preference votes Second preference votes Total preference votes
ALLOTT, Philip 10,560 2,185 12,745
HUME, Alison 14,755 3,487 18,242

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