John Campion is elected new Police and Crime Commissioner for West Mercia

Voters across the West Mercia police area went to the polls on Thursday 2 May and have elected John Campion for a third term as the region’s Police and Crime Commissioner. Mr Campion, who represents the Conservative Party, has held the post since 2016.

John Campion is elected new Police and Crime Commissioner for West Mercia

The West Mercia police area covers the nine voting areas of Bromsgrove, Herefordshire, Malvern Hills, Redditch, Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin, Worcester, Wychavon and Wyre Forest.

A total of 216,239 valid votes were cast across the voting area, and voter turnout was 21.72%.

John Campion received 73,395 votes, equating to 34% of valid votes cast.

West Mercia count totals and election result:

  • CAMPION, John-Paul (The Conservative Party Candidate) 73,395 votes – ELECTED
  • CURTEIS, Henry Malcolm Thomas (commonly known as Henry) (English Democrats - "More Police - catching criminals!") 21,645 votes
  • DEAN, Julian David Geoffrey (The Green Party Candidate) 22,021 votes
  • MURRAY, Sarah Philippa Jane (Liberal Democrat) 33,782 votes
  • OVERTON, Richard Andrew (Labour and Cooperative Party Candidate) 63,082 votes




 

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