Election 2016

Julia Mulligan re-elected North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner

Julia Mulligan

Conservative Julia Mulligan has been re-elected Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire.

She took 40.1% of the first preference votes - falling short of the requisite 50% - but secured re-election on second preference votes.

Ms Mulligan ultimately received 65,018 votes while Labour candidate Steve Howley polled 44,759 votes.

The total turn out was 135,642 - 22.47% of the electorate which is up from 13.3% in 2012.

Results after the second round of votes

North Yorkshire: Second round votes
Candidate Party Number of votes
Stephen Howley Labour 44,759
Julia Mulligan Conservative 65,018

Results after the first round of votes

North Yorkshire
Candidate Party Number of votes
James Blanchard Liberal Democrat 13856
Stephen Howley Labour 34351
Julia Mulligan Conservative 53078
Mike Pannett Independent 30984

Candidates are listed alphabetically by surname. BBC News App users: tap here to see the results.

More information is available on the Choose my PCC website.

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