Parliamentary elections

 

UK PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS 1950-2010
Elected candidates are shown in bold, re-elected incumbents marked with * and defeated sitting members with †

The majority is the number of votes by which the total for the leading candidate exceeds the tally for the highest candidate of another party.

Parliamentary elections 1832-1895
Parliamentary elections 1900-1945

HOVE

Brighton Kemptown | Brighton Pavilion

to be completed
         
date candidates party votes share
      n %
1950 Feb 23 *Anthony Alfred Harmsworth Marlowe Conservative 33,748 66.92
F R Rea Labour 11,791 23.38
J R Colclough Liberal 4,893 9.70
    majority 21,957  
    turnout   81.93
    electorate 61,556  
  to be completed      
2015 May 7 Peter Kyle Labour 22,000 42.14
Graham Cox Conservative 20,846 39.93
Christopher Hawtree Green 3,469 6.64
Kevin Smith UKIP 3,265 6.25
Peter Lambell Liberal Democrat 1,861 3.56
Jenny Barnard-Langston Independent 322 0.62
Dave Hill Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 144 0.28
Dame Dixon Official Monster Raving Loony Party 125 0.24
spoiled papers   234 0.34
    majority 1,154  
    turnout   71.36
    electorate 73,243  
         
2017 June 8 *Peter Kyle Labour 36,942 42.14
Govt: Conservative (minority) Kristy Adams Conservative 18,185 31.6
PM: Theresa May Caroline Hynds Liberal Democrat 1,311 2.3
Phelim Mac Cafferty Green 971 1.7
Charley Sabel Independent 187 0.3
spoiled papers   ? ?
    majority 18,757  
ballot papers issued 45,493  
postal ballots sent 16,073  
postal ballots returned 13,696  
    turnout 57,596 77.58
    electorate 74,236*  
         
to be completed

*The figure on the Brighton and Hove City Council website is clearly wrong as it produces a 99% turnout

Brighton Kemptown | Brighton Pavilion

Parliamentary elections 1832-1895
Parliamentary elections 1900-1945
Knights of the Shire

Page updated 10 June 2017