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Results 2017

 

Burnley Borough General Election 2017
ELECTION OF A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT FOR BURNLEY


DECLARATION OF RESULT


Date of Election 8th June 2017

 

Candidates

Description

Votes Cast

BIRTWISTLE

Gordon

Liberal Democrats

     6,046

COMMIS

Tom

UK Independence Party (UKIP)

     2,472

COOPER

Julie

Labour Party

     18,832 (ELECTED)

FISK

Laura

 

The Green Party

      461

WHITE

Paul

The Conservative Party Candidate

    12,479

 

 

Lancashire County Council Elections 2017

Elections to Lancashire County Council were held on Thursday, 4th May 2017.

 The County Councillors elected from Burnley electoral divisions were

·         County Councillor Sobia Malik – Labour Party (Burnley Central East)

·         County Councillor Tony Martin – Labour Party (Burnley Central West)

·         County Councillor Terry Burns – Labour Party (Burnley North East)

·         County Councillor Cosima Towneley – Conservative (Burnley Rural)

·         County Councillor Jeff Sumner – Liberal Democrats (Burnley South West)

·         County Councillor Alan Hosker – UK Independence Party (UKIP)  (Padiham and Burnley West)

 

For the full results in each of the Burnley divisions, click here

For all Lancashire's results you can visit Lancashire County Council's election pages.

 

Referendum on how Burnley Borough Council is run - 4th May 2017

 

A borough-wide referendum on whether Burnley Borough Council should continue to be run by a Leader, or change to a Directly Elected Mayor, was held on Thursday 4th May 2017.

The result was as follows:

The ballot paper asked how you would like the council to be run in the future:

By a leader who is elected councillor chosen by a vote of the other elected councillors. This is how the council is run now - 10,986 votes

By a Mayor who is elected by voters. This would be a change from how the council is run now - 8,694 votes

As a result the council will continue to be run by a leader who is an elected councillor chosen by a vote of other elected councillors.

 

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