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Clwyd SouthParliamentary constituency
CON GAIN FROM LAB
- Votes: 16,222
- Vote share %: 44.7
- Vote share change: +5.6
LabourSusan Elan Jones
- Votes: 14,983
- Vote share %: 41.3
- Vote share change: -9.4
Plaid CymruChris Allen
- Votes: 2,137
- Vote share %: 5.9
- Vote share change: -0.2
Liberal DemocratCalum Davies
- Votes: 1,496
- Vote share %: 4.1
- Vote share change: +2.2
The Brexit PartyJamie Adams
- Votes: 1,468
- Vote share %: 4.0
- Vote share change: +4.0
Change compared with 2017
- CON majority: 1,239
- Registered voters: 53,919
- Change since 2017: -2.4
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A General Election always sees new faces representing their constituents in Westminster.
Here are the new names who have been elected:
- Fay Jones - Conservative, Brecon and Radnorshire
- Rob Roberts - Conservative, Delyn
- Robin Millar - Conservative, Aberconwy
- Jamie Wallis - Conservative, Bridgend
- Alex Davies-Jones - Labour, Pontypridd
- Beth Winter - Labour, Cynon Valley
- Virginia Crosbie - Conservative, Ynys Mon
- Simon Baynes - Conservative, Clwyd South
- Sarah Atherton - Conservative, Wrexham
James Davies (Vale of Clwyd) and Craig Williams (Montgomeryshire) are also returning to Parliament having been MPs before.
Conservative candidate Simon Baynes has been elected as the MP for Clwyd South, beating Labour's Susan Elan Jones by 1,239 votes.
The Conservative Party overturned a 4,356 vote majority to take the formerly Labour-held seat.
It is the first time that Labour has lost Clwyd South since the seat was created in 1997.
In that election, Prime Minister Boris Johnson ran as the Conservative candidate and lost to Labour's Martyn Jones by 13,810 votes.
Chris Allen of Plaid Cymru came third and Liberal Democrat Calum Davies came fourth.
Voter turnout was down by 2.4 percentage points since the last general election.
More than 36,000 people, roughly two-thirds 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, Calum Davies (Liberal Democrat) and Jamie Adams (The Brexit Party) lost their £500 deposits after failing to win 5% of the vote.
This story was created using some automation.