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Maidstone Borough Council (MBC) has announced the results of the 2019 local elections after residents took to the polls.

Maidstone Borough Council (MBC) has announced the results of the 2019 local elections after residents took to the polls across the borough yesterday – 2 May, to cast their votes on Maidstone’s 55 available election seats.

The election count – which took place today – Friday 3 May, revealed that 29,603 (32%), of eligible voters across the borough turned out at the polls to have their say.

This year’s MBC local election results were announced at the Detling Show Ground, Maidstone where the following candidates were duly elected to represent the following wards:

Allington – Cynthia Robertson – Liberal Democrat

Bearsted – Val Springett – Conservative

Boxley – Ann Brindle – Conservative

Coxheath & Hunton – Richard Webb – Liberal Democrat

Detling & Thurnham - Nick De Wiggondene-Sheppard – Conservative

Downswood & Otham – Gordon Newton – Independent

East - David Naghi – Liberal Democrat

Fant – Margaret Rose – Labour

Harrietsham & Lenham – Tom Sams – Independent

High Street – Dinesh Khadka – Liberal Democrat

Leeds – Gill Fort - Conservative

Loose – Susan Grigg – Liberal Democrat

Marden & Yalding – Annabelle Blackmore – Conservative

North – Robert Eves – Conservative

Shepway North – Marion Ring – Conservative

South – Brian Clark – Liberal Democrat

Staplehurst - Louise Brice – Conservative

Sutton Valence & Langley - Wendy Young – Conservative

To find out more details about the MBC local election results go to:

Maidstone Borough Council Election Information

Notes to Editors

Full MBC local elections results for all candidates who stood across the borough of Maidstone can be found at:  MBC local election results 2019

To request photographs of the candidates or for further information please contact theMaidstone Borough Council Communications Team email: communications@maidstone.gov.uk or call:  01622 602560

Useful links:

GOV.UK – Voting

Your Vote Matters

Every Vote Counts


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