Election 2016

John Campion elected as West Mercia PCC

John Campion
Image caption John Campion succeeds Bill Longmore, who has retired, as West Mercia's Police and Crime Commissioner

John Campion has been elected West Mercia's Police and Crime Commissioner.

The Conservative candidate won 83,619 votes following a second round of counting, with Labour's Daniel Walton coming second with 55,162.

Voter turnout for the whole of West Mercia was 20.67%.

Four other candidates were eliminated after the first round of counting.

Mr Campion succeeds Bill Longmore, who retired after a single term in office.

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

West Mercia Constabulary
Candidate Party Results
John-Paul Campion Conservative 83,619
Daniel Walton Labour 55,162

Results after the first round of votes

West Mercia Constabulary
Candidate Party Results
John-Paul Campion Conservative 64,514
Peter Anthony Edmund Jewell UKIP 32,719
John Watson Raine Green Party 14,323
Margaret Rowley Liberal Democrat 12,914
Barrie Sheldon Independent 27,986
Daniel Walton Labour 40,870

More information is available on the Choose my PCC website.

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