Election 2016

Jason Ablewhite: New Cambridgeshire Police and Crime Commissioner

Jason Ablewhite
Image caption Votes in Cambridgeshire went to a second round before it became apparent that Conservative Jason Ablewhite had won

Conservative Jason Ablewhite is the new Police and Crime Commissioner for Cambridgeshire.

Mr Ablewhite received 81,581 votes. His nearest challenger was Labour's Dave Baigent, who polled 72,480.

Nick Clarke from UKIP came third with 29,698 votes.

Mr Ablewhite, a former food industry senior manager, retired in 2015 to concentrate on politics. He has been a councillor in St Ives, where he lives, since 2005.

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Results after the second round of votes:

Cambridgeshire Police
Candidate Party
Jason Ablewhite 17,967 Conservative
Dave Baigent 18,054 Labour
Nick Clarke UKIP
Rupert Moss-Eccardt Liberal Democrat

More information is available on the Choose my PCC website.

Results after the first round of votes:

Cambridgeshire Police
Candidate Party
Jason Ablewhite 63,614 Conservative
Dave Baigent 54,426 Labour
Nick Clarke 29,698 UKIP
Rupert Moss-Eccardt 27,884 Liberal Democrat

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