Medway Elects

5 May 2005


The following results were declared by the returning officer:

Candidate Party Votes %
  Bob Graham Marshall-Andrews * Labour 17,333 42.2
  Mark John Reckless Conservative 17,120 41.7
  Geoffrey William Juby Liberal Democrats 5,152 12.5
  Robert Nigel Oakley Ukip 1,488 3.6
Majority 213 0.5
Turnout 41,093 61.1
  Labour hold

* Denotes member of parliament standing for re-election

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Vote Share

Vote Change


Election Expenses by Candidate

Candidates have individual limits on the amount they can spend during the election campaign. The limit for each candidate in Medway in 2005 was £11,743.75 for the short campaign (the period beginning the day the individual officially becomes a candidate).

Candidate Short Campaign Total Expenses £ per Vote
  Mark John Reckless £11,375.05 £11,375.05 £0.66
  Bob Graham Marshall-Andrews £9,686.96 £9,686.96 £0.56
  Geoffrey William Juby £1,289.03 £1,289.03 £0.25
  Robert Nigel Oakley £662.00 £662.00 £0.44

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Election Expenses

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