Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Rochford South, Labour hoping to make more progress



It should be a close election in Rochford South. This County division is one that Labour has had some success in, and recent results suggest that we are edging ever closer towards victory.

Whatever happens, Rochford South will be served by someone new as Colin Seagers is not defending his seat.

Votes this century:


2001
2005
2009
2013
Labour
2776
2460
491
1005
Conservative
3180
3324
1996
1085
Liberal Democrat
809
867
900
89
Green

453


BNP


547

UKIP



804

Labour's vote share over this period:


2001 - 41.0%
2005 - 34.6%
2009 - 12.6%
2013 - 33.7%

Standing in Rochford South on May 4th:

Tracy Arnold          Liberal Democrats
Simon Cross           Green  
Mark Daniels         Labour  
Robert Green         Independent
Neil  Hookway       UKIP
Mike Steptoe         Conservative

2 comments:

  1. James Courtenay26 April 2017 at 19:31

    How come you're displaying a Conservative leaflet on your blog? I can't say I'm complaining, just more than a little surprised!

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  2. I have always put oppositiopn leaflets on my blogs - usually with a critique. I am prepared to be more even-handed than most in your camp.

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