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2014 council elections

East Dulwich

Election date: 22 May 2014

  • Electorate: 9,347
  • Ballot papers issued: 4,053
  • Turnout: 43.4%

Rejected ballot papers

  • Want of an official mark: 0
  • Voting for more Candidates than voter was entitled to: 0 
  • Writing or mark by which voter could be identified: 0
  • Being unmarked or wholly void for uncertainty: 9
  • Total: 9
  • Number of ballot papers rejected in part for uncertainty: 0 

Number of votes recorded for each candidate and the result

Candidate's Name Party Votes Elected?
Sophie Armour Green Party [The]  702  
Cassim Bakharia Labour Party [The]  1279  
James Barber Liberal Democrats  1667  yes
Alan Broomhead Conservative Party  352  
Paul Chaplin Green Party [The]  463  
Joseph Antony Lyons Conservative Party  346  
Jonathan Stuart Mitchell Liberal Democrats  1298  
Katharine Maeve Morshead Labour Party [The]  1298  
Edith Ikechi Okparaocha Conservative Party  294  
Rosie Shimell Liberal Democrats  1441  yes
Charlie Smith Labour Party [The]  1342  yes
Linda Stanbury UK Independence Party  208  
Abby Taubin Green Party [The]  636  

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