Medway Elects
Chatham and Aylesford

8 June 2017


The following results were declared by the returning officer:

Candidate Party Votes %
  Tracey Elizabeth Anne Crouch * Conservative 25,587 57.0
  Vince Maple Labour 15,129 33.7
  Nicole Bushill Ukip 2,225 5.0
  Thomas Henry Alexander Quinton Liberal Democrats 1,116 2.5
  Bernard Edward Hyde Green party 573 1.3
  John Wesley Julian Lorenzo Gibson Christian Peoples Alliance 260 0.6
Majority 10,458 23.3
Turnout 44,890 64.0
  Conservative hold

* Denotes member of parliament standing for re-election

To order the candidates by name, party or number of votes received, click on the appropriate column heading.

Rejected Ballots

The number of votes rejected and not counted at this election was:

Want of official mark 7
Voting for more than one candidate 10
Writing or marks by which the voter could be identified 0
Unmarked or voided for uncertainty 56
Total 73

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 Chatham and Aylesford in 2017 was £14,959.23 for the short campaign (the period beginning the day the individual officially becomes a candidate).

Candidate Short Campaign Total Expenses £ per Vote
  Tracey Elizabeth Anne Crouch £8,546.06 £8,546.06 £0.33
  Vince Maple £5,930.27 £5,930.27 £0.39
  Nicole Bushill £1,383.82 £1,383.82 £0.62
  Thomas Henry Alexander Quinton £1,307.86 £1,307.86 £1.17
  John Wesley Julian Lorenzo Gibson £470.00 £470.00 £1.81
  Bernard Edward Hyde £35.00 £35.00 £0.06

To order the candidates by name, amount spent or the cost per vote received, click on the appropriate column heading.

Election Expenses

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