London Mayor results

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London Mayor Results
Sadiq Khan Zac Goldsmith Siân Berry Caroline Pidgeon Peter Whittle
Labour Conservative Green Liberal Democrat UK Independence Party
56.8%
43.2%
Eliminated
Eliminated
Eliminated

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  1. Labour's Sadiq Khan elected Mayor of London
  2. Final total votes: Khan 1,310,143, Goldsmith 994,614
  3. London mayoral voting in maps

Sadiq Khan elected Mayor of London

Labour's Sadiq Khan is elected Mayor of London, defeating Conservative Zac Goldsmith.

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Mayor of London

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Mayoral results second round

Mayoral results second round
Party Candidate Final Total Votes Percentage of final total votes
Party Labour
Candidate Sadiq Khan
Final Total Vote 1,310,143 Final Total Vote Share 56.8%
Party Conservative
Candidate Zac Goldsmith
Final Total Vote 994,614 Final Total Vote Share 43.2%

Mayoral results first round

Mayoral results first round
Party Candidate First Preference Votes Percentage of first preference votes Second Preference Votes Percentage of second preference votes
Party Labour
Candidate Sadiq Khan
First Preference Votes 1,148,716 First Preference Vote Share 44.2% Second Preference Votes 161,427 Second Preference Vote Share 65.5%
Party Conservative
Candidate Zac Goldsmith
First Preference Votes 909,755 First Preference Vote Share 35.0% Second Preference Votes 84,859 Second Preference Vote Share 34.5%
Party Green
Candidate Siân Berry
First Preference Votes 150,673 First Preference Vote Share 5.8% Second Preference Votes - Second Preference Vote Share -
Party Liberal Democrat
Candidate Caroline Pidgeon
First Preference Votes 120,005 First Preference Vote Share 4.6% Second Preference Votes - Second Preference Vote Share -
Party UK Independence Party
Candidate Peter Whittle
First Preference Votes 94,373 First Preference Vote Share 3.6% Second Preference Votes - Second Preference Vote Share -
Party Women's Equality Party
Candidate Sophie Walker
First Preference Votes 53,055 First Preference Vote Share 2.0% Second Preference Votes - Second Preference Vote Share -
Party Respect
Candidate George Galloway
First Preference Votes 37,007 First Preference Vote Share 1.4% Second Preference Votes - Second Preference Vote Share -
Party Britain First
Candidate Paul Golding
First Preference Votes 31,372 First Preference Vote Share 1.2% Second Preference Votes - Second Preference Vote Share -
Party Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol
Candidate Lee Harris
First Preference Votes 20,537 First Preference Vote Share 0.8% Second Preference Votes - Second Preference Vote Share -
Party British National Party
Candidate David Furness
First Preference Votes 13,325 First Preference Vote Share 0.5% Second Preference Votes - Second Preference Vote Share -
Party Independent
Candidate Prince Zylinski
First Preference Votes 13,202 First Preference Vote Share 0.5% Second Preference Votes - Second Preference Vote Share -
Party One Love Party
Candidate Ankit Love
First Preference Votes 4,941 First Preference Vote Share 0.2% Second Preference Votes - Second Preference Vote Share -

Second preference votes are only used to elect the mayor if no candidate receives more than 50% of the vote. The top two candidates then receive the second preference votes from their eliminated opponents.

About these results

Turnout and Electorate:

Turnout

45.3%

Electorate:

5,739,011

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Scoreboard after 25 of 25 seats

London Assembly Results
Party Seats Seats net change
Labour 12 -
Conservative 8 −1
Green 2 -
UK Independence Party 2 +2
Liberal Democrat 1 −1

Elected Members after 25 of 25 seats

London Assembly Elected Members
Party Candidate Constituency
Labour Jennette Arnold North East
Leonie Cooper Merton & Wandsworth
Unmesh Desai City & East
Andrew Dismore Barnet & Camden
Len Duvall Greenwich & Lewisham
Florence Eshalomi Lambeth & Southwark
Joanne McCartney Enfield & Haringey
Onkar Sahota Ealing & Hillingdon
Navin Shah Brent & Harrow
Tom Copley London wide
Nicky Gavron London wide
Fiona Twycross London wide
Conservative Tony Arbour South West
Gareth Bacon Bexley & Bromley
Tony Devenish West Central
Steve O'Connell Croydon & Sutton
Keith Prince Havering & Redbridge
Kemi Badenoch London wide
Shaun Bailey London wide
Andrew Boff London wide
Green Siân Berry London wide
Caroline Russell London wide
UK Independence Party David Kurten London wide
Peter Whittle London wide
Liberal Democrat Caroline Pidgeon London wide

Turnout and Electorate:

Turnout

45.6%

Electorate:

5,739,011