Mayor of Greater Manchester

Andy Burnham re-elected as mayor

Labour's Andy Burnham has been re-elected as the mayor of Greater Manchester in a landslide victory. He was backed by 67.3% of voters to continue as the region's mayor for a second term. Read more.

Mayoral results scoreboard

Winner, Andy Burnham, Labour

First round results

Counting complete

  1. Labour, Andy Burnham

    • 1st preference total votes 473,024
    • 1st preference share 67.3%
  2. Conservative, Laura Evans

    • 1st preference total votes 137,753
    • 1st preference share 19.6%
  3. Green, Melanie Horrocks

    • 1st preference total votes 30,699
    • 1st preference share 4.4%
  4. Liberal Democrat, Simon Lepori

    • 1st preference total votes 22,373
    • 1st preference share 3.2%
  5. Reform UK, Nick Buckley

    • 1st preference total votes 18,910
    • 1st preference share 2.7%
  6. English Democrats Party, Stephen Morris

    • 1st preference total votes 9,488
    • 1st preference share 1.4%
  7. Independent, Marcus Farmer

    • 1st preference total votes 6,448
    • 1st preference share 0.9%
  8. Independent, David Sutcliffe

    • 1st preference total votes 2,182
    • 1st preference share 0.3%
  9. Independent, Alec Marvel

    • 1st preference total votes 1,907
    • 1st preference share 0.3%

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.


Registered voters2,057,679


Change since 2017+5.60

  1. Video content

    Video caption: Burnham joins English mayors to call for masks on public transport

    The Greater Manchester mayor says he's heard the voices of vulnerable people "loud and clear".

  2. Video content

    Video caption: Andy Burnham: 'End the London-centric Labour Party'

    The re-elected Mayor of Greater Manchester says Labour has lost its "emotional connection" with people.