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Tag Archives: local elections
Some facts and figures from yesterday’s vote in the Leeds City Council elections (in which none of the 33 seats up for grabs changed hands). Labour’s percentage vote in the city was up 3% compared to 2015, but still 4% … Continue reading
No biggie, but amongst all the wailing and crowing and heart-searching over Thursday’s local elections, they all seem to be looking at the wrong chart. Here’s the Leeds version of the one they’re poring over, showing the parties’ percentage share … Continue reading
Below is a table showing which parties are putting up candidates in which wards in Leeds at the local elections on 3rd May. Some interesting points: * The Lib Dems have ducked out of a confrontation and fielded no candidate … Continue reading
Due to a “temporary technical problem” Leeds City Council is unable to host the list of nominated candidates for the local elections on its website. So, in a spirit of comradely cooperation, here it is: Statement of Persons Nominated 3 … Continue reading