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Results of 2016 Election

Matthew Richard Scott has been elected to serve as Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent police area.

First Round Result

 Bolton, Henry
UK Independence Party (UKIP)
Naghi, David Sandru
Liberal Democrat
Osborne, Tristan John
Labour Party
Sandher, Gurvinder Singh
Independent
Scott, Matthew Richard
The Conservative Party Candidate
Uncles, Steve
English Democrats – “More Police – catching ciminals”
Turnout
Ashford 5,113  978  2,890  1,850  6,175  620   20.0%
Canterbury 5,059  1,644  4,421  2,410  6,296  626  19.4%
Dartford 3,906  429  3,525  1,391  4,077  484  18.9%
Dover 5,032  813  4,717  1,414  5,773  606  22.2%
Gravesham 3,140  464  3,170  2,765  3,788  466  19.0%
Maidstone 9,079  6,228  4,753  2,955  11,309  997  32.1%
Medway 10,289  1,335  8,419  3,203  9,968  1,200  18.3%
Sevenoaks 4,530  1,125  2,468  1,463  7,067  407   20.1%
Shepway 6,641  926  2,576  1,696  5,038  619   22.5%
Swale 6,194  838  3,672  1,486  5,172  624   18.3%
Thanet 5,555  750  3,641  1,341  4,950  617   17.6%
Tonbridge and Malling 4,239  1,234  2,817  1,803  8,214  449   20.9%
Tunbridge Wells 4,522  2,837  3,909  2,444  10,569  596  32.2%
Overall 73,299 19,601 50,978 26,221  88,396  8,311  21.5 

 

Henry Bolton and Matthew Richard Scott proceeded to the second preference count.

 

Second Preference Results

 Bolton, Henry
UK Independence Party (UKIP)
Scott, Matthew Richard
The Conservative Party Candidate
Ashford 980  1,023 
Canterbury 993  1,110 
Dartford  831 993 
Dover  1,271 919 
Gravesham  828 1,016 
Maidstone  2,033 2,799 
Medway  2,227  2,070
Sevenoaks 673  857 
Shepway  986 834 
Swale 1,165  972 
Thanet 1,003  816 
Tonbridge and Malling 836  1,051 
Tunbridge Wells 853 1,702 
Overall  14,679 16,162 

 

Totals

Total figures
  First PreferenceSecond Preference  Total
Bolton, Henry
UK Independence Party (UKIP)
 73,299  14,679  87,978
Scott, Matthew Richard
The Conservative Party Candidate
 88,396  16,162  104,558