HUNTINGDON: Tories sweep the board but Greens beat Labour to third place

PUBLISHED: 15:36 05 June 2009 | UPDATED: 09:06 02 June 2010

LABOUR S vote ebbed away in Huntingdon where the Tories retained their seats but the Greens made spectacular inroads. The Green candidate polled more votes than either of the two Labour candidates, and well down known on their 2005 showing. A third of the

LABOUR'S vote ebbed away in Huntingdon where the Tories retained their seats but the Greens made spectacular inroads.

The Green candidate polled more votes than either of the two Labour candidates, and well down known on their 2005 showing. A third of the electorate turned out to vote.

Results:

Brown, Peter RandolphConservative1922 Kadic, Elaine VictoriaConservative1572 Burrell, Michael PhilipLiberal Democrat908 Morgan, John ThomasLiberal Democrat835 Clare, John Dominic WilliamGreen606 Beevor, Ann ElizabethLabour466 King, David MitchelLabour400 Peter Randolph Brown (Conservative) and Elaine Victoria Kadic (Conservative) have been elected to serve the Huntingdon Electoral Division

Swing per Party

Conservative: +4.69%Liberal Democrat: +2.19%Labour: -9.48%

Turn out: 3710 (33.24%)

The Huntingdon Electoral Division covers these geographical areas:

Parishes Alconbury, Alconbury Weston, Huntingdon, The Stukeleys District Huntingdonshire European Constituency Eastern EnglandElectorate: 11160


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