07 May 2010

General Election 2010 in Vauxhall: Kate Hoey increases majority

And the results of the 2010 General Election in Vauxhall are in - and on an increased turnout Labour's Kate Hoey increased her majority gaining almost double the votes of the Liberal Democrat challenger in the seat.

Congratulations to Kate on her re-election as MP for Vauxhall

The full results of the 2010 General Election in Vauxhall constituency were

Kate Hoey, Labour, 21,498 votes (49.8%) -2.0
Caroline Pidgeon, Liberal Democrat, 10,847 votes (25.1%)
Glyn Chambers, Conservative, 9,301 votes (21.5%)
Joseph Healy, Green Party, 708 votes (1.6%)
Jose Navarro, English Democrats, 289 votes (0.7%)
Lana Martin, Christian Party, 200 votes (0.5%)
Daniel Lambert, Socialist Party of Great Britain, 143 votes (0.3%)
Jeremy Drinkall, Anticapitalists - Workers Power, 109 votes (0.3%)
James Kapetanos, The Animal Protection Party, 96 votes (0.2%)

Kate Hoey's majority 10,651 votes (24.7%)

Turnout in constituency 43,191 votes (57.7% of total registered electorate - +9.3% on 2005)

Further information is available on the Guardian website or BBC News website

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