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Haltemprice and Howden: Result in full

Conservative David Davis has been re-elected as the MP for Haltemprice and Howden. He won the by-election with a majority of 15,355 votes. Here is the result in full:

  • David Michael Davis - Conservative Party 17,113 votes
  • Shan Oakes - Green Party 1,758
  • Joanne Robinson - English Democrats 1,714
  • Tess Culnane - National Front Britain for the British 544
  • Gemma Dawn Garrett - Miss Great Britain Party 521
  • Jill Saward - Independent 492
  • Mad Cow-Girl - The Official Monster Raving Loony Party 412
  • Walter Edward Sweeney - Independent 238
  • John Nicholson - Independent 162
  • David Craig - Independent 135
  • David Pinder - The New Party 135
  • David Icke - No party listed 110
  • Hamish Howitt - Freedom 4 Choice 91
  • Christopher John Talbot - Socialist Equality Party 84
  • Grace Christine Astley - Independent 77
  • George Hargreaves - Christian Party 76
  • David Laurence Bishop - Church of the Militant Elvis Party 44
  • John Randle Upex - Independent 38
  • Greg Wood - Independent 32
  • Eamonn Fitzpatrick - Independent 31
  • Ronnie Carroll - Make Politicians History 29
  • Thomas Faithful Darwood - Independent 25
  • Christopher Mark Foren - Independent 23
  • Herbert Winford Crossman - Independent 11
  • Tony Farnon - Independent 8
  • Norman Scarth - Independent 8

Turnout 23,911 (34.03%)





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