Election 2016

Hertfordshire PCC election: Conservative David Lloyd wins

The count at
Image caption The count as it got under way at Borehamwood

David Lloyd has secured another four years as Police and Crime Commissioner for Hertfordshire following the elections for the post.

Labour's Kerry Pollard came in second place with 85,854 votes, compared with Mr Lloyd's 126,069.

The poll went into a second round of counting after none of the four candidates standing secured more than 50% of first preference votes.

Image caption David Lloyd secured a second term as PCC

Turnout in the election was double that of four years ago at 29%.

The result of the first round of voting is below.

Candidates are listed below alphabetically by surname. BBC News App users: tap here to see the results.

Hertfordshire Police
Candidate Party Number of votes
Mark Hughes UKIP 33,575
David Lloyd Conservative 100,262
Kerry Pollard Labour 64,978
Chris White Liberal Democrat 38,488
Hertfordshire Police
Candidate Party Number of votes
David Lloyd Conservative 126,069
Kerry Pollard Labour 85,854

More information is available on the Choose my PCC website.

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