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Crewe and Nantwich By-election result

By Election Results For Crewe & Nantwich

At the By Election in Crewe & Nantwich on 22nd May 2008, 41856 votes were cast (approximately 58% of the total number of eligible voters) with the following result:

49.1%
Edward Timpson (Conservative): 20539 votes (+16.5%).

30.3%

Tamsin Dunwoody (Labour): 12679 votes (-18.5%).


14.4%
Elizabeth Shenton (Liberal Democrat): 6040 votes (-4.2%).

2.2%
Mike Nattrass (UK Independence Party): 932 votes (+2.2%).


0.9%
Robert Smith (Green Party): 359 votes (+0.9%).

0.7%

David Roberts (English Democrats Party): 275 votes (+0.7%).

0.6%

The Flying Brick (Official Monster Raving Loony Party): 236 votes (+0.6%).

0.5%

Mark Walklate (Independent Candidate): 217 votes (+0.5%).

0.3%
Paul Thorogood (Cut Tax on Petrol and Diesel): 118 votes (+0.3%).


0.3%
Gemma Garrett (Independent Candidate): 113 votes (+0.3%).

Thanks to Tim Prater-Raines for the result

Historic worst swings results Lab->Con Crewe at 8
1) Walsall North 1976 (Swing to Con: 22.6%)
2) Dudley 1968 (Swing to Con: 21.2%)
3) Ashfield 1977 (Swing to Con: 20.9%)
4) Meriden 1968 (Swing to Con: 18.4%)
5) Walthamstow West 1967 (Swing to Con: 18.3%)
6) Oldham West 1968 (Swing to Con: 17.7%)
7) Birmingham, Stetchford 1977 (Swing to Con: 17.6%)
8) Crewe and Nantwich 2008 (Swing to Con: 17.6%)
9) Leicester South West 1967 (Swing to Con: 16.6%)
10) Walthamstow East 1969 (Swing to Con: 15.9%)
                       CHESHIRE, CREWE and NANTWICH [287]

Election Electors T'out Candidate Party Votes % Ch.%

1992 68,307 81.9 NOTIONAL Lab 26,622 47.6
ELECTION C 21,751 38.9
L Dem 6,991 12.5
GP 579* 1.0
maj. 4,871 9.7

1997 68,472 73.9 Hon. Mrs. G.P. Dunwoody Lab 29,460 58.2 +10.6
M.W. Loveridge C 13,662 27.0 -11.9
D.J. Cannon L Dem 5,940 11.7 - 0.8
P. Astbury RP 1,543* 3.1
maj.15,798 31.2

2001 69,040 60.2 Hon. Mrs. G.P. Dunwoody Lab 22,556 54.3 - 3.9
D.R. Potter C 12,650 30.4 + 3.5
D.J. Cannon L Dem 5,595 13.5 + 1.7
R.P. Croston UKIP 746* 1.8
maj. 9,906 23.9

2005 71,628 60.7 Hon. Mrs. G.P. Dunwoody Lab 21,240 48.8 - 5.5
Mrs. E.H. Moore-Dutton C 14,162 32.6 + 2.2
P.D. Roberts L Dem 8,083 18.6 + 5.1
maj. 7,078 16.2

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