Conservatives win Newark by-election 2014

Posted: Jun 6, 2014

The Conservative Party candidate Robert Jenrick won the Newark by-election, retaining the seat with a majority of more than 7,403.

Newark by-election: result in full

Robert Jenrick (Con) 17,431 (45.03%, -8.82%)
Roger Helmer (UKIP) 10,028 (25.91%, +22.09%)
Michael Payne (Lab) 6,842 (17.68%, -4.65%)
Paul Baggaley (Ind) 1,891 (4.89%)
David Kirwan (Green) 1,057 (2.73%)
David Watts (LD) 1,004 (2.59%, -17.41%)
Nick The Flying Brick (Loony) 168 (0.43%)
Andy Hayes (Ind) 117 (0.30%)
David Bishop (BP Elvis) 87 (0.22%)
Dick Rodgers (Stop Banks) 64 (0.17%)
Lee Woods (Pat Soc) 18 (0.05%)

Con majority 7,403 (19.13%)
Electorate 73,486; Turnout 38,707 (52.67%, -18.69%)

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