Medway Elects
Rochester and Strood

6 May 2010

Results

The following results were declared by the returning officer:

Candidate Party Votes %
  Mark John Reckless Conservative 23,604 49.2
  Teresa Margaret Murray Labour 13,651 28.5
  Geoff Juby Liberal Democrats 7,800 16.3
  Ron Sands English Democrat 2,182 4.5
  Simon Philip Marchant Green party 734 1.5
Majority 9,953 20.7
Turnout 47,971 64.9
  Conservative win (new constituency)

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Vote Share

Election Expenses by Candidate

Candidates have individual limits on the amount they can spend during the election campaign. The limit for each candidate in Rochester and Strood in 2010 was £12,313.06 for the short campaign (the period beginning the day the individual officially becomes a candidate) and £30,163.06 for the long campaign.

Candidate Long Campaign Short Campaign Total Expenses £ per Vote
  Mark John Reckless £4,480.94 £9,710.11 £14,191.05 £0.60
  Teresa Margaret Murray £2,265.97 £6,231.15 £8,497.12 £0.62
  Geoff Juby £665.43 £1,566.40 £2,231.83 £0.29
  Ron Sands £500.00 £0.00 £500.00 £0.23
  Simon Philip Marchant £0.00 £153.16 £153.16 £0.21

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Election Expenses

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