4 June 2009
The following results were declared by the returning officer:
|British National party||4,741||7.9||101,769||4.4|
|No2EU: Yes to Democracy||613||1.0||21,455||0.9|
|Pro Democracy: Libertas.eu||425||0.7||16,767||0.7|
|Socialist Labour party||521||0.9||15,484||0.7|
|The Roman party||136||0.2||5,450||0.2|
* Denotes MEP standing for re-election
To order the parties by name, number of votes received in Medway or number of votes received in the South East, click on the appropriate column heading. To view the candidates on each party's list, click on that party's name.
Rejected Ballots (Medway)
The number of votes rejected and not counted at this election was:
|Want of official mark||0|
|Voting for more than one registered party or individual candidate||72|
|Writing or mark by which the voter could be identified||3|
|Unmarked or void for uncertainty||96|
Medway Vote Share
Medway Vote Change
South East England Vote Share
South East England Vote Change
South East England Swing
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