Medway Elects
General Election

6 May 2010

Medway Results

Party Seats Vote Change
  Conservative 3 47.2% +7.0
  Labour - 29.4% -12.9
  Liberal Democrat - 16.0% +2.3
  English Democrat - 2.2% +1.7
  Ukip - 2.0% -1.0
  British National party - 1.8% +1.8
  Green party - 1.1% +1.1
  Independent - 0.1% -0.1
  Christian party - 0.1% +0.1
  Medway Independent party - 0.1% +0.1

Results by Constituency

Chatham and Aylesford
  Conservative gain

Gillingham and Rainham
  Conservative win

Rochester and Strood
  Conservative win

To view the results for each constituency, please click on the constituency name above.

Medway Vote Share

Medway Vote Change

Medway Swing

Election Expenses by Party

Party Long Campaign Short Campaign Total Expenses
  British National party £0.00 £400.00 £400.00
  Christian party £0.00 £0.00 £0.00
  Conservative £30,237.67 £26,116.61 £56,354.28
  English Democrat £2,208.25 £0.00 £2,208.25
  Green party £0.00 £153.16 £153.16
  Independent £0.00 £603.13 £603.13
  Labour £31,409.98 £25,687.85 £57,097.83
  Liberal Democrat £3,438.13 £9,674.35 £13,112.48
  Medway Independent party £627.69 £0.00 £627.69
  Ukip £0.00 £0.00 £0.00

Election Expenses

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