How Lewisham Voted – GLA

London Elects has results by ward for the elections at the beginning of the month. I’ve taken the chance to have a look at how we voted for our local GLA representative by ward. I’ve concentrated on the four candidates who gathered the most votes.

Votes for GLA Member by Ward

Postal Votes for GLA candidates

And by constituency it looked like this:

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About Andrew Brown

I live in Lewisham, South East London, and spent 9 years as a Labour councillor in the borough between 1997 and 2006.
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2 Responses to How Lewisham Voted – GLA

  1. Lone Ranger says:

    Has anyone commented on the UKIP mayoral vote, in general rather than just Lewisham?

    In the 2004 first round they had about 112,000 votes but this time only about 22,000.

    The number of votes for the BNP candidate increased but his share fell below 3%.

    The increase of BNP mayoral votes seems to be in line with the increased turnout rather than a swing to the BNP?

  2. Sue Luxton says:

    I think the main beneficiaries of the collapse in the UKIP vote were the Tories, not the BNP – their vote only increased marginally (less than a percent across London on the list), but unfortunately enough for them to win a seat.

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