2017 General Election results

Results of the Parliamentary General Election held on Thursday 8 June 2017.

Chelsea & Fulham constituency

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

The total number of electorates eligible to vote was 63,728 and the turnout was 66.30%.

How residents in the constituency of Chelsea & Fulham voted
Candidate Party Number of votes Percentage share
William John Cashmore Green Party 807 1.92%
Alan Colin De'ath Labour Party 13,991 33.21%
Gregory William Hands The Conservative Party Candidate 22,179 52.65%
Louise Sarah Anne Rowntree Liberal Democrats 4,627 10.98%
Alasdair Seton-Marsden UK Independence Party (UKIP) 524 1.24%

Rejected ballot papers

The number of rejected ballot papers was 126.

Reasons for rejected ballot papers
Reason Number of ballot papers rejected
Want of official mark 0
Voting for too many candidates 24
Writing or mark where the voter can be indentified 5
Unmarked or wholly void for uncertainty 97

Hammersmith constituency

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

The total number of electorates eligible to vote was 72,803 and the turnout was 71.95%.

How residents voted in the constituency of Hammersmith
Candidate Party Number of votes Percentage share
Alfred John Shearer Bovill UK Independence Party (UKIP) 507 0.97%
Charles Alistair Geoffrey The Conservative Party Candidate 14,724 28.18%
Jagdeo Hauzaree Independent Candidate 44 0.09%
Alexander Anker Horn Green Party 800 1.53%
Joyce Wangui Onstad Liberal Democrats 2,802 5.36%
Andrew Francis Slaughter Labour Party 33,375 63.87%

Rejected ballot papers

The number of rejected ballot papers was 131.

Reasons for rejected ballot papers
Reason Number of ballot papers rejected
Want of official mark 0
Voting for too many candidates 43
Writing or mark where the voter can be indentified 2
Unmarked or wholly void for uncertainty 86

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