Election 2016

Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw re-elected

Clive Grunshaw Image copyright PCC
Image caption Clive Grunshaw has been re-elected as Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner

Labour's Clive Grunshaw has been re-elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire.

Mr Grunshaw, who did not secure more than 50% of the first round vote, was elected after counting of second preference votes.

He polled 152,714 votes compared to his Conservative rival Andrew Pratt who took 118,941.

Mr Grunshaw described the post as a "a difficult job" which "wasn't going to get any easier."

"The first term has been difficult because of the cuts and establishing the job," he said.

In the first round of votes, Mr Grunshaw received 132,261 votes and Mr Pratt 96,746.

Voter turnout was 29%.

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Results after the first round of votes

Lancashire Constabulary
Candidate Party
James Barker UKIP 49,987
Clive Grunshaw Labour 132,261
Andrew Pratt Conservative 96,746
Graham Roach Liberal Democrat 23,164

Results after the second round of votes

Lancashire Constabulary
Candidate Party
Clive Grunshaw Labour 152,714
Andrew Pratt Conservative 118,941

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