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Election results

Fawkham & West Kingsdown Ward by-election - 5 May 2022

  • Emily Ruth Bulford (The Conservative Party Candidate) - 892 ELECTED
  • Jordan Selvey (Labour Party) - 202
  • Tristan Ward (Liberal Democrat) - 156

The turnout was 26.07%
 

Sevenoaks Town Council – Eastern Ward by-election - 5 May 2022

  • Libby Ancrum (Liberal Democrat) - 916 ELECTED
  • Daniel Thomas James Rossall Valentine (The Conservative Party Candidate) - 204

The turnout was 37.84%
 

Brasted, Chevening & Sundridge Ward by-election result - 3 March 2022

  • Clare Margaret Coombe (Liberal Democrat) - 524 votes
  • Theo Michael (Labour Party) - 52 votes
  • Nigel Edward Staddon Williams (The Conservative Party Candidate) – 820 votes - ELECTED

The turnout was 28.24%
 

Brasted, Chevening & Sundridge Ward by-election result  - 6 May 2021

  • Keith Patrick Bonin - 1,051 ELECTED
  • Neil Malcolm Proudfoot - 182
  • Sandra Dara Robinson - 704

Turnout: 39.2%
 

Kent County Council election - 6 May 2021

Kent County results

 

Kent Police and Crime Commissioner Election - 6 May 2021

Results for the whole of Kent

 

General Election - 12 December 2019

Following the Parliamentary General Election on 12 December 2019, Laura Trott was elected to represent the Sevenoaks Constituency.

The full results were:

  • Sean Edward FINCH – Libertarian Party - 295 votes
  • Paulette Rosetta FURSE – Independent - 695 votes
  • Seamus William John MCCAULEY – Labour Party - 6,946 votes
  • Laura TROTT – The Conservative Party Candidate - 30,932 votes
  • Paul Francis WHARTON – The Green Party - 1,974 votes
  • Gareth WILLIS – Liberal Democrats - 10,114 votes

Download results in a PDF format
 

European Elections - 23 May 2019

Local Counting Area: Sevenoaks District Council.

  • Change UK - The Independent Group - 1,680
  • Conservative and Unionist Party - 4,315
  • Green Party - 3,996
  • Labour Party - 1,470
  • Liberal Democrats - 9,135
  • The Brexit Party - 14,534
  • The Socialist Party of Great Britain - 43
  • UK European Union Party (UKEUP) - 88
  • UK Independence Party (UKIP) - 673
  • McMahon, Jason Guy Spencer - 41
  • Round, David Victor - 28
  • Turberville, Michael Jeffrey - 29

Turnout: 41.1%

 

Sevenoaks District Council election results - May 2019

District Council results

 

Farningham, Horton Kirby and South Darenth District Ward By-Election - Thursday 30 August 2018

  • Emily Hannah Aisher - Labour Party - 171 votes
  • Brian Carroll - Conservative Party - 542 votes ELECTED
  • Krish Shanmuganathan - Liberal Democrats - 260 votes

Turnout 25.61%
 

Edenbridge Town Council – North and East Ward and South and West Ward – Thursday 5 April 2018

North and East Ward

  • Guy Clifford Middleton (The Conservative Party Candidate), 484 votes ELECTED
  • Kate Sampson (Labour Party), 215 votes

Turnout 19.13%

South and West Ward

  • Jim Parish (Labour Party), 186 votes
  • Zoe Clare Roberts Smith (The Conservative Party Candidate), 398 votes ELECTED

Turnout 18.60%
 

Shoreham Parish Council – Shoreham Ward – Thursday 5 April 2018

Uncontested election.
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Badgers Mount Parish Council by-election, Thursday 22 February 2018

Uncontested election.
 

Penshurst, Fordcombe and Chiddingstone Ward, 3 August 2017

  • Susan Mary Coleman - The Conservative Party Candidate - 438 votes ELECTED
  • Richard Giles Streatfeild - Liberal Democrats - 253 votes
  • Annette Webb - Labour Party - 54 votes

Turnout 37.29%
 

Parliamentary General election, 8 June 2017

  • Alan James Bullion – Liberal Democrats - 4,280 votes
  • Christopher Robert Clark – Labour Party - 10,727 votes
  • Graham Russell Cushway – UK Independence Party (UKIP) - 1,894 votes
  • Philip Dodd – The Green Party - 1,673 votes
  • Michael Fallon – The Conservative Party - 32,644 votes ELECTED

Turnout 71.77%
 

 

 

Kent County Council elections - 4 May 2017

View the KCC election results.
 

Swanley White Oak Parish Council by-election

The by-election for the Swanley White Oak Ward of the Swanley Parish Council took place on Thursday 2 March 2017.

  • Paul David DARRINGTON – The Conservative Party Candidate - 319 votes ELECTED
  • Jacqueline Marty GRIFFITHS – Labour Party - 307 votes
  • Robert Edward WOODBRIDGE – Liberal Democrats - 230 votes

Turnout 18.26%
 

Swanley Division County Council by-election

The by-election for the Swanley Division of the Kent County Council took place on Thursday 13 October 2016.

  • Angela GEORGE – Labour Party - 518 votes
  • James HALFORD – UK Independence Party - 615 votes
  • Michael John HORWOOD – The Conservative Party Candidate - 717 votes ELECTED
  • Robert Edward WOODBRIDGE – Liberal Democrats - 362 votes

Turnout 20.06%
 

Swanley Christchurch & Swanley Village District Council by-election

The by-election for the Swanley Christchurch & Swanley Village Ward of the Sevenoaks District Council took place on Thursday 13 October 2016.

  • Clare Elizabeth BARNES – The Conservative Party Candidate - 311 votes ELECTED
  • Jacqueline Mary GRIFFITHS – Labour Party - 274 votes
  • Medina Gay HALL – UK Independence Party - 131 votes
  • Krish SHANMUGANATHAN – Liberal Democrats - 183 votes

Turnout 20.49%
 

Swanley White Oak Town Council by-election

Thursday 13 October 2016.

  • Michael John HORWOOD – The Conservative Party Candidate - 319 votes ELECTED
  • Robert Edward WOODBRIDGE – Liberal Democrats - 318 votes
  • Jim WARE – Labour Party - 304 votes

Turnout 20.42%
 

Sundridge with Ide Hill Parish Council by-election

The by-election for the Ide Hill Ward of the Sundridge with Ide Hill Parish Council took place on Thursday 4 August 2016.

The result was:

  • Donald Malcolm BAKER – 97 votes ELECTED
  • Elizabeth Margaret JEBSON – 37 votes

Turnout 25.42%
 

EU Referendum 2016

The referendum on UK Membership of the European Union took place on Thursday 23 June 2016.

The results for the Sevenoaks District were:

  • Remain: 32,091
  • Leave: 38,258

Rejected ballot papers: 44

70,393 people voted, a turnout of 80.6%

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