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Hednesford and Rawnsley by-election, 2017

Conservative hold

A by-election was held for the Hednesford and Rawnsley division of Staffordshire County Council on 7 September 2017 following the death of Conservative Cllr Graham Burnett.

Bryan Jones held the seat for the Conservatives.

Result

Conservative
32.5%
Labour
31.9%
Green
28.9%
UKIP
3.8%
Liberal Democrats
1.5%
Chase Independent
1.4%

PartyCandidate Votes%Change
ConservativeBryan Jones 1,48432.5%-3.5%
LabourGeorge Adamson 1,45431.9%+4.2%
GreenPaul Edward Woodhead 1,31628.9%+3.8%
UKIPJohn David Bernard 1753.8%-3.9%
Liberal DemocratsPat Ansell 671.5%n/a
Chase IndependentRon Turville 651.4%-2.1%
Turnout: 20.0% (-10.1%)   -   Valid votes: 4,561   -   Invalid votes: 11
Majority: 30 (0.7%)   -   Swing: 3.9% Con to Lab


2017 Result (2 seats)

Conservative
36.0%
Labour Co-operative
27.7%
Green
25.1%
UKIP
7.7%
Chase Independent
3.5%

PartyCandidate Votes%
ConservativeGraham Burnett 2,59736.0%
ConservativePhil Hewitt 2,305
Labour Co-operativeGeorge Adamson 1,99827.7%
GreenPaul Edward Woodhead 1,80725.1%
Labour Co-operativeChristine Mitchell 1,683
GreenStuart Karl Crabtree 1,482
UKIPDave Percox 5557.7%
UKIPPaul Gregory Allen 530
Chase IndependentAnn Turville 2513.5%
Chase IndependentRon Turville 168
Turnout: 30.1%   -   Valid votes: 6,824   -   Invalid votes: 7
Majority: 307 (4.3%)


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