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John Hemming
John HemmingJohn Hemming o/s Parliament
Parliamentary Candidate for Birmingham Yardley
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Local Election 2012 & Mayoral Referendum - Results

Mayoral Referendum

Birmingham voters were asked if they wanted an elected mayor for the city. The results are below:

NO
57.8%: 120,611 votes

Yes
42.2%: 88,085 votes

Local Election Results for the Yardley Constituency

Sheldon

Electorate: 16,394
Total Votes: 4,449 (27.1%)

61.5%
Sue Anderson (Lib Dem): 2,737 votes
Majority 1,780

21.5%
C Dalton (Labour): 957 votes

6.2%
R Allen (U.K.I.P.): 274 votes

3.8%
A Khan (Conservative): 168 votes

1.7%
A Clawley (Green Party): 77 votes

0.6%
P Morris (National Front): 28 votes

0.4%
J Ware (Social Democratic Party): 17 votes

South Yardley

Electorate: 20,443
Total Votes: 5,968 (29.2%)

49.2%
Zafar Iqbal (Labour): 2,938 votes
Majority 623

38.8%
D Gaved (Lib Dem): 2,315 votes

4.0%
 
A Duffen (U.K.I.P.): 237 votes

2.7%
T Glover (B.N.P.): 161 votes

2.5%
A Shah (Conservative): 152 votes

2.0%
R Ten Veen (Green): 122 votes

0.7%
A Davidson (National Front): 43 votes

Stechford & Yardley North

Electorate: 18,552
Total Votes: 5,189 (28%)

49.8%
Neil Eustace (Liberal Democrat): 2,584 votes
Majority 894

32.6%
L Owen (Labour): 1,690 votes

7.6%
G Duffen (U.K.I.P.): 393 votes

4.2%
R Clark (Conservative): 218 votes

3.8%
D Edwards (B.N.P.): 197 votes

1.7%
E Fairclough (Green): 89 votes

0.4%
J Ware (Social Democratic Party): 18 votes

Acocks Green

Electorate: 20,322
Total Votes: 5,086 (25%)

42.7%
 
John O’Shea (Labour): 2,170 votes
Majority 173

39.2%
 
R Harmer (Lib Dem): 1,993 votes

5.3%
 
C Whitehouse (U.K.I.P.): 269 votes

4.9%
 
J Edginton (Conservative): 247 votes

3.3%
 
A Baker (Green): 168 votes

3.3%
S Taylor (B.N.P.): 166 votes

1.2%
B Rubery (Trade Unionists...): 58 votes

0.3%
A Ware (Social Democratic Party): 15 votes
Please note: percentages may not add up to 100% due to having been rounded to the nearest 0.1%

Page last updated: 05 December 2012