Bristol EastParliamentary constituency
- Votes: 27,717
- Vote share %: 53.1
- Vote share change: -7.6
- Votes: 16,923
- Vote share %: 32.4
- Vote share change: -1.9
Liberal DemocratNicholas Coombes
- Votes: 3,527
- Vote share %: 6.8
- Vote share change: +4.0
- Votes: 2,106
- Vote share %: 4.0
- Vote share change: +1.9
The Brexit PartyTim Page
- Votes: 1,881
- Vote share %: 3.6
- Vote share change: +3.6
Change compared with 2017
- LAB majority: 10,794
- Registered voters: 73,867
- Change since 2017: +0.5
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Kerry McCarthy has been re-elected as the MP for Bristol East, with a decreased majority.
The Labour candidate beat Conservative Sarah Codling by 10,794 votes, 2,600 votes less than the majority at the 2017 election.
Nicholas Coombes of the Liberal Democrats came third and the Green Party's Conan Connolly came fourth.
Voter turnout was up by 0.5 percentage points since the last general election.
More than 52,000 people, 70.6% of those eligible to vote, went to polling stations across the area on Thursday, in the first December general election since 1923.
Two of the five candidates, Conan Connolly (Green) and Tim Page (The Brexit Party) lost their £500 deposits after failing to win 5% of the vote.
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Kerry McCarthy has held Bristol East for Labour polling 27,717 votes.
The Conservative Sarah Codling was runner up with 16,923.
Liberal Democrat Nicholas Coombes 3,527
Green Conan Connolly 2,106
The Brexit Party Tim Page 1,881
65.9% turnout in Bristol South
70.8% turnout in Bristol East
Exit polls suggest a big defeat for Labour in the general election and a majority for the Conservatives.
Some are blaming Jeremy Corbyn's leadership.
Bristol’s Labour Mayor Marvin Rees said: “I’ve always supported Jeremy. There’s no secret, no shame.
"We stood shoulder to shoulder the other day and he’s been very supportive of me as a human being.
"It’s not all about one person.”
Members of the Bristol City Youth Council are at the Bristol East count to see how it all works.
The count is taking place at City Academy in Redfield.
Youth council member, Alistair Wall, said: “It’s a fascinating insight seeing democracy in action. We want to make sure young people are involved in democracy in any way possible”.
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