2010 General

Results of the General Election held on Thursday 6 May 2010.

Chelsea and Fulham constituency

Gregory William Hands, representing the Conservatives, was elected as Member of Parliament for the Chelsea and Fulham constituency.

The total number of electorates eligible to vote was 66,257 and the turnout was 60.44%.

How residents in the constituency of Chelsea and Fulham voted
Candidate Party Number of votes Percentage of vote share
Roland Basil Courtenay New Independent Conservative Chelsea and Fulham 196 0.49%
Tim Gittos UK Independence Party 478 1.20%
Greg Hands Conservative Party 24,093 60.45%
Dirk Hazell Liberal Democrat Party 6,473 16.24%
Alexander Joseph Pravesh Hilton Labour Party 7,371 18.49%
Brian McDonald British National Party 388 0.97%
George Roseman English Democrats Party 169 0.42%
Godfrey Spickernell Blue Environment Party 17 0.04%
Julia Caroline Stephenson Green Party 671 1.68%

Rejected ballot papers

The number of rejected ballot papers was 192.

Reasons for rejected ballot papers
Reason Number of papers
Want of official mark 0
Voting for more than one candidate 75
Writing or mark by which the voter could be identified 3
Being unmarked or wholly void for uncertainty 114

Hammersmith constituency

Andy Slaughter, representing the Labour Party, was elected as Member of Parliament for the Hammersmith constituency.

The total number of electorates eligible to vote was 72,348 and the turnout was 65.88%.

How residents in the constituency of Hammersmith voted
Candidate Party Number of votes Percentage of vote share
Shaun Bailey Conservative Party 17,261 36.38%
Stephen Brennan Independent candidate 135 0.28%
Vanessa Crichton UK Independence Party 551 1.16%
Merlene Emmerson Liberal Democrat Party 7,567 15.95%
Miles Rollo Green Party 696 1.47%
James Searle British National Party 432 0.91%
Andy Slaughter Labour Party 20,810 43.85%

Rejected ballot papers

The number of rejected ballot papers was 214.

Reasons for rejected ballot papers
Reason Number of papers
Want of official mark 0
Voting for more than one candidate 95
Writing or mark by which the voter could be identified 7
Being unmarked or wholly void for uncertainty 112
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