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South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner by-election, 2014

Labour hold

A by-election was held for the post of Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire on 30 October 2014 following the resignation of Labour PCC Shaun Wright.

Alan Billings held the seat for Labour.

Result

Labour
50.0%
UKIP
31.7%
Conservative
12.5%
English Democrats
5.8%

1st Round 2nd Round
Party Candidate Votes % Change Votes % Change
Labour Alan Billings 74,060 50.0% -1.4% Elected in 1st Round
UKIP Jack Clarkson 46,883 31.7% +20.2%
Conservative Ian Walker 18,536 12.5% -2.0%
English Democrats David Allen 8,583 5.8% -9.8%
Turnout: 14.9% (+0.4%) - Majority: 27,177 (18.4%) - Swing: 10.8% Lab to UKIP


2012 Result

Labour
51.4%
English Democrats
15.6%
Conservative
14.5%
UKIP
11.5%
Liberal Democrats
7.0%

1st Round 2nd Round
Party Candidate Votes % Votes %
Labour Shaun Wright 74,615 51.4% Elected in 1st Round
English Democrats David Allen 22,608 15.6%
Conservative Nigel Bonson 21,075 14.5%
UKIP Jonathan Arnott 16,773 11.5%
Liberal Democrats Robert Teal 10,223 7.0%
Turnout: 14.5% - Majority: 52,007 (35.8%)


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