Jules Pipe, re-elected as Labour Mayor of Hackney

Jules Pipe, re-elected as Labour Mayor of Hackney

Jules Pipe has been re-elected as Labour Mayor of Hackney, gaining 48,363 votes.

Full mayoral results:

Jules Pipe, Labour Party 48,363 votes
51.6 per cent

Adrian Gee-Turner, Liberal Democrats 15,818 votes
16.9 per cent

Andrew Boff, Conservatives 12,405 votes
13.2 per cent

Mischa Borris, Green Party 10,100 votes
10.8 per cent

Monty Goldman, Communist Party Of Britain 2,033 votes
2.2 per cent

William Thompson, The Christian Party 1,084 votes
1.2 per cent

The turnout for the Election of Mayor was 57.7 per cent (compared to 34.3 per cent in 2006, and 26.34 per cent in 2002.) 93,770 was the total number of votes cast.

Local council results:

The Labour party has gained six more council seats, and now holds 50 out of a total of 57.

Five council seats were gained from the Conservatives: one in Springfield, two in Lordship, and two in New River wards.

Labour also gained one from the Green party in Clissold ward.

The Liberal Democrats won all three council seats in Cazenove ward, regaining the one they had previously lost to Labour.

There are now 50 Labour councillors, 4 Conservative councillors and 3 Liberal Democrats.

The higher turnout of a general election has meant that hundreds of Hackney citizens who would not normally vote in council elections have done so.

Full council ward results here (Hackney Council website)