Medway Elects
South East England

4 June 2009


The following results were declared by the returning officer:

Party Medway % SE %
  Conservative 18,502 31.0 812,288 34.8
  Ukip 12,841 21.5 440,002 18.8
  Liberal Democrats 5,460 9.1 330,340 14.1
  Green party 4,283 7.2 271,506 11.6
  Labour 8,745 14.7 192,592 8.2
  British National party 4,741 7.9 101,769 4.4
  English Democrat 1,698 2.8 52,526 2.2
  Christian party 851 1.4 35,712 1.5
  No2EU: Yes to Democracy 613 1.0 21,455 0.9
  Pro Democracy: 425 0.7 16,767 0.7
  Socialist Labour party 521 0.9 15,484 0.7
  UK First 392 0.7 15,261 0.7
  Jury Team 256 0.4 14,172 0.6
  Peace 210 0.4 9,534 0.4
  The Roman party 136 0.2 5,450 0.2
Turnout 2,334,858 37.5

* Denotes MEP standing for re-election

To order the parties by name, number of votes received in Medway or number of votes received in the South East, click on the appropriate column heading. To view the candidates on each party's list, click on that party's name.

Rejected Ballots (Medway)

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

Want of official mark 0
Voting for more than one registered party or individual candidate 72
Writing or mark by which the voter could be identified 3
Unmarked or void for uncertainty 96
Total 171

Medway Vote Share

Medway Swing

South East England Vote Share

South East England Vote Change

South East England Swing

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