London election 2012: Ealing & Hillingdon results

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New assembly member: Onkar Sahota

Assembly results

First past the post voting
Candidate Party Votes % +/- %

Turnout: 163,809 (37%)

Onkar Sahota

Labour

65,584

40

13.4

Richard Barnes

Conservative

62,474

38.1

-5

Michael Cox

Liberal Democrats

11,805

7.2

-3.2

Mike Harling

Green Party

10,877

6.6

-0.6

Helen Knight

UKIP/Fresh Choice For London

6,750

4.1

1.5

David Furness

BNP

4,284

2.6

2.6

Ian Edward

National Front

2,035

1.2

-3.3

London-wide voting

Party/candidate Votes % +/- % since 2008

Turnout: 164,219 (37%)

Labour

68,100

41.5

13.9

Conservative

57,047

34.7

-3.7

Green Party

10,773

6.6

-0.3

Liberal Democrats

8,651

5.3

-3.9

UKIP

7,619

4.6

2.7

BNP

3,935

2.4

-3.5

Christian Peoples Alliance

2,814

1.7

-1.2

English Democrats

1,650

1.0

-0.2

Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition

993

0.6

National Front

808

0.5

Ijaz Hayat (Independent)

774

0.5

The House Party

535

0.3

Rathy Alagaratnam (Independent)

520

0.3

0.1

London Assembly results overview

Mayoral voting in Ealing and Hillingdon

Candidate Party 1st pref votes % 2nd pref votes* %

Turnout: 37%

Boris Johnson

Conservative

76,300

46.9

21,497

16.3

Ken Livingstone

Labour

64,085

39.4

27,170

20.5

Jenny Jones

Green

5,578

3.4

23,737

18.0

Brian Paddick

Liberal Democrats

5,515

3.4

25,401

19.2

Siobhan Benita

Independent

5,386

3.3

14,769

11.2

Lawrence Webb

UKIP

3,439

2.1

12,771

9.6

Carlos Cortiglia

BNP

2,507

1.5

6,523

4.9

* Second preference votes are only used if no candidate receives more than 50% of the vote across London. The top two candidates then receive the second preference votes from their eliminated opponents. Where first and second choice votes are for the top two candidates, second choices are not counted.

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