News MBC announces Borough Council Election results

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Maidstone Borough Council (MBC) has announced the results of the 2021 Borough Council Election’s after residents took to the polls across the borough yesterday – 6 May, to cast their votes on Maidstone’s 19 available election seats.

The count – which took place today – Friday 7 May, revealed that 35,078 (33.26%), of eligible voters across Maidstone turned out to have their say at the borough council election.

The Borough Council results were announced at the Detling Show Ground, Maidstone where the following candidates were duly elected to represent the following wards:

Allington – Stan Forecast – Conservative

Barming and Teston – Fay Gooch – Independent

Bearsted – Denis Spooner – Conservative

Boughton Monchelsea and Chart Sutton – Steve Munford – Independent

Boxley – Heidi Bryant – Conservative

Bridge – Tom Cannon – Conservative

Coxheath & Hunton – Simon Webb – Conservative

East – Martin Cox – Liberal Democrats

Fant – Patrick Coates – Labour

Headcorn - Ziggy Trzebinski – Conservative

Heath – Peter Holmes – Conservative

High Street – Denise Joy - Liberal Democrats

Marden & Yalding – Claudine Russell – Conservative

North – Michelle Hastie – Liberal Democrats

North Downs – Patrik Garten – Conservative

Parkwood – Lewis McKenna – Conservative

Shepway North – Paul Cooper – Conservative

Shepway South – Gary Cooke – Conservative

South – Paul Wilby – Liberal Democrats

Postal votes were popular across the borough with a total of 23,267 residents registering to vote by post for the May 2021 elections which included Borough Council, Kent County Council, Neighbourhood Plan Referendums, Parish Council,

Police and Crime Commissioner.

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

Maidstone Borough Council Election Information

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