Election 2016

Mark Burns-Williamson re-elected as West Yorkshire PCC

Mark Burns Williamson, West Yorkshire police crime commissioner
Image caption Mark Burns-Williamson was first elected to the post in 2012

Labour's Mark Burns-Williamson has been re-elected as West Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner.

He polled 295,814 of the votes, ahead of Conservative Allan Doherty who received 150,126 votes.

Mr Burns-Williamson got 49.67% of first-stage votes and Allan Doherty received 22.78%.

A count of second preference votes was needed as no candidate received more than 50% of the vote in the first round.

Turnout was 33.16%.

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Results after the second round of votes

West Yorkshire
Candidate
Mark Burns-Williamson Labour 295,814
Allan Doherty Conservative 150,126

Results after the first round of votes

West Yorkshire
Candidate Party
Mark Burns-Williamson Labour 260,271
Peter Corkindale UKIP 74,748
Allan Doherty Conservative 119,336
Barry Golton Liberal Democrat 48,963
Therese Hirst English Democrats 20,656

More information is available on the Choose my PCC website.

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