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Hemel Hempstead Town, 2012

A by-election was held for the Hemel Hempstead Town division of Hertfordshire County Council on 21 June 2012 following the resignation of Conservative Cllr Stephen Holmes.

William Wyatt-Lowe held the seat for the Conservatives.

Result
Vote Share
Conservative
47.8%
Labour
23.5%
Lib Dems
15.4%
Green
6.1%
UKIP
5.1%
Tucker
2.1%

Party Candidate Votes Vote % Change
Conservative William Wyatt-Lowe 1,413 47.8% -2.7%
Labour Mike Bromberg 693 23.5% +8.9%
Lib Dems Chris Angell 456 15.4% -5.6%
Green Paul Harris 180 6.1% -7.1%
UKIP Howard Koch 151 5.1% +5.1%
Independent Rodney Tucker 61 2.1% +2.1%


2009 Result
Vote Share
Conservative
50.5%
Lib Dems
21.0%
Labour
14.6%
Green
13.2%

Party Candidate Votes Vote %
Conservative Stephen Holmes 2,264 50.5%
Lib Dems Chris Angell 944 21.0%
Labour Ellen Robson 655 14.6%
Green Hazel Johnson 590 13.2%


News
"Hemel by-elections results", Hemel Today, 22 June
"Hemel by-elections are underway", Hemel Today, 21 June
"More than 12,000 polling cards reprinted after error", Hemel Today, 14 June
"Candidates announced for by-election", Hemel Today, 25 May
"By-elections date is set after former mayor's shock 'porn' arrest", Hemel Today, 17 May
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