2012 London Mayor and Assembly

The London elections took place on Thursday 3 May 2016 to elect a Mayor for London and members of the London Assembly.

Hammersmith & Fulham is part of the West Central constituency along with Kensington & Chelsea and the City of Westminster.

The total number of registered electors for the elections was 381,101 and the turnout was 39%.

Votes for the Mayor of London

The total number of first choice votes cast was 147,322 and the total number of second choice votes cast was 115,431. 

The total number of first choice votes rejected was 2,446 and the total number of second choice votes rejected was 31,891.

How residents in the West Central constituency voted for the Mayor of London
Candidate Party Number of first choice votes Number of second choice votes
Siobhan Benita Independent candidate 5,126 16,162
Carlos Cortiglia British National Party 1,066 3,771
Boris Johnson The Conservative Party 87,449 16,751
Jenny Jones Green Party 5,855 24,054
Ken Livingstone The Labour Party 40,741 17,829
Brian Paddick London Liberal Democrats 5,247 26,423
Lawrence James Webb Fresh Choice for London 1,838 10,441

Votes for the West Central Assembly Member

The total number of votes cast was 146,386.

The total number of votes rejected was 3,033.

How residents voted for the West Central Assembly Member
Candidate Party Votes
Todd Foreman Labour Party 44,630
Elizabeth Eirwen Jones Fresh Choice for London 5,161
Kit Malthouse The Conservative Party 73,761
Layla Michelle Moran London Liberal Democrats 10,035
Susanna Jane Rustin Green Party 12,799

Votes for the Londonwide Assembly seats

The total number of votes cast was 147,010. 

The total number of votes rejected was 2,493.

How residents voted for London wide seats on the London Assembly
Party or individual Number of votes
British National Party 1,774
Christian Peoples Alliance - Supporting Traditional Marriage 1,992
The Conservative Party 70,870
English Democrats - "Putting England First!" 929
Green Party 12,059
Labour Party 43,754
London Liberal Democrats 8,645
National Front Putting Londoners First 335
The House Party - Homes for Londoners 755
Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 771
UK Independence Party 4,674
Rathy Alagaratnam 69
Ijaz Hayat 383

For full information on the London wide result visit the London Elects website.