Medway Elects
South East England

10 June 2004


The following results were declared by the returning officer:

Party Medway % SE %
  Conservative 17,413 33.4 776,370 35.2
  Ukip 10,526 20.2 431,111 19.5
  Liberal Democrats 5,352 10.3 338,342 15.3
  Labour 10,730 20.6 301,398 13.7
  Green party 2,927 5.6 173,351 7.9
  British National party 2,562 4.9 64,877 2.9
  Senior Citizens party 860 1.6 42,861 1.9
  English Democrat 816 1.6 29,126 1.3
  Respect 264 0.5 13,426 0.6
  Peace 276 0.5 12,572 0.6
  Christian Peoples Alliance 279 0.5 11,733 0.5
  ProLife Alliance 103 0.2 6,579 0.3
  Independent 93 0.2 5,671 0.3
Turnout 2,207,417 36.5

* Denotes MEP standing for re-election

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Medway Vote Share

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South East England Vote Change

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