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Henley by-election result in full

The full results from the by-election in Henley in Oxfordshire on 26 June 2008 were:

  • John Howell - Conservatives, 19,796 (56.95%, 3.46% increase on 2005 general election share of vote)
  • Stephen Kearney - Liberal Democrats, 9,680 (27.85%, 1.84%)
  • Mark Stevenson - Greens, 1,321 (3.80%, 0.54%)
  • Timothy Rait - British National Party, 1,243 (3.58%)
  • Richard McKenzie - Labour, 1,066 (3.07%, -11.68%)
  • Chris Adams, UK Independence Party, 843 (2.43%, -0.07%)
  • Bananaman Owen - Monster Raving Loony Party, 242 (0.70%)
  • Derek Allpass - English Democrats, 157 (0.45%)
  • Amanda Harrington - Independent (Miss Great Britain Party), 128 (0.37%)
  • Dick Rodgers - The Common Good, 121 (0.35%)
  • Louise Cole - Independent (Miss Great Britain Party), 91 (0.26%)
  • Harry Bear - The Fur Play Party, 73 (0.21%)

Electorate 69,086 - Turnout 34,761 (50.32%, -17.58%)



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