English mayoral elections and referendums

On 3 May 2012 Liverpool and Salford held elections for directly-elected mayors.

Full results are listed below.

Liverpool: Joe Anderson (Labour) elected

Candidate Party 1st pref %

Turnout: 98,507 (30.8%)

Joe Anderson

Labour

58,448

59.33

Liam Fogarty

Independent

8,292

8.42

Richard Kemp

Liberal Democrats

6,238

6.33

John Coyne

Green Party

5,175

5.25

Tony Mulhearn

TUSC

4,792

4.86

Stephen Radford

Liberal

4,442

4.51

Tony Caldeira

Conservative

4,425

4.49

Adam Heatherington

UKIP

2,352

2.39

Paul Rimmer

English Democrats

1,400

1.42

Jeff Berman

Liverpool Independent Party

1,362

1.38

Mike Whitby

BNP

1,015

1.03

Peter Tierney

National Front

566

0.57

In Salford, second preference votes were used to elect the mayor as no single candidate received more than 50% of first preferences.

Salford: Ian Stewart (Labour) elected

Second round
Candidate Party Final total % Status

Turnout: 44,881 (26%)

Ian Stewart

Labour

23,459

69.9

Elected

Karen Garrido

Conservative

10,078

30.1

First round

Candidate

Party

1st pref

%

2nd pref

Ian Stewart

Labour

20,663

46.04

2,796

Karen Garrido

Conservative

8,062

17.96

2,016

Bernard Gill

UKIP

3,368

7.5

Pat Ward

Independent

2,665

5.94

Norman Owen

Liberal Democrat

2,148

4.79

Edward O'Sullivan

British National Party

2,026

4.51

Paul Massey

Independent

1,995

4.45

Michael Felse

English Democrat

1,616

3.6

Joe O'Neill

Green Party

1,273

2.84

Michael Moulding

Community Action Party

1,065

2.37

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