Ward Results

Ward Electorate | Total Ballots | Total Valid Votes | Total Rejected
29849219183

Candidate Breakdown

Lora Peacey-Wilcox wins for Independent.

CandidateVotes
Lora Peacey-Wilcox528
Neil Oliver167
David Walters128
Ben Haldenby95

Cowes Medina Candidates

Ben Haldenby

Labour Party

I was born and raised in Newport, and trained as a web developer at various Island firms before living and working in London during my twenties. I now live in Arctic Road in the Cowes Medina ward wher...

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Neil Oliver

Green Party

Neil Oliver joined the Green Party in 2015, having supported its aims for years. Whilst studying and working as a NHS physiotherapist in Liverpool he was an active volunteer and trustee at Acorn Ventu...

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Lora Peacey-Wilcox

Independent

My family date back to 1761 on the Island (so far!). I grew up and attended local schools in Cowes. I am number 11 of 12 children. I am married to John (30th anniversary this year - just after the ...

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David Walters

Conservative Party

Candidate has yet to submit details to onthewight.com. Please check back soon.

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Ward Map

Map of Cowes Medina

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  • Put it in the ballot box.
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