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Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Mayoral election, 2017

Conservative win (new seat)

An election was held on 4 May 2017 for the new post of Mayor of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority.

Conservative candidate James Palmer was elected.


Result

First Round

Conservative
38.0%
Liberal Democrats
23.5%
Labour
18.6%
UKIP
8.0%
Green
6.3%
Dawe
4.6%
English Democrats
1.1%

Second Round

Conservative
56.9%
Liberal Democrats
43.1%


First Round Second Round
Party Candidate Votes % Votes %
Conservative James Palmer 76,064 38.0% 88,826 56.9% Elected
Liberal Democrats Rod Cantrill 47,026 23.5% 67,205 43.1%
Labour Kevin Price 37,297 18.6%
UKIP Paul Bullen 15,931 8.0%
Green Julie Howell 12,628 6.3%
Independent Peter Dawe 9,176 4.6%
English Democrats Stephen Goldspink 2,256 1.1%
Turnout: 32.9% - Spoiled: not published - Majority: 21,621 (13.9%)


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