Medway Elects
Gillingham North

2 May 2019


The following results were declared by the returning officer:

Candidate Party Votes %
  Stamp AndyAndy Stamp * Labour/Co-operative 1,896 22.5%
  Cooper PatPat Cooper * Labour/Co-operative 1,854 22.0%
  Price Adam Robert WilliamAdam Robert William Price * Labour/Co-operative 1,702 20.2%
  Oakley Robert NigelRobert Nigel Oakley Ukip 613 7.3%
  Ahmed FaisalFaisal Ahmed Conservative 497 5.9%
  Anang Kwashie AmarteiKwashie Amartei Anang Conservative 485 5.7%
  Cheema CartellCartell Cheema Conservative 462 5.5%
  Salomon George BernardGeorge Bernard Salomon Green party 383 4.5%
  Kingman SidSid Kingman Liberal Democrat 221 2.6%
  Rickard IanIan Rickard Liberal Democrat 180 2.1%
  Sams ChrisChris Sams Liberal Democrat 152 1.8%
Turnout 3,220 27.3%
  Labour/Co-operative hold
  Labour/Co-operative hold
  Labour/Co-operative hold

* Denotes a councillor 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 0
Voting for more than the permitted number of candidates 2
Writing or marks by which the voter could be identified 0
Unmarked or voided for uncertainty 5
Total 7

Vote Share

Vote Change


Vote share for the ward is calculated using the "top vote" method, i.e. using only the candidate from each party with the highest number of votes.

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