Ward Results

Ward Electorate | Total Ballots | Total Valid Votes | Total Rejected
2910112411168

Candidate Breakdown

Paul Brading wins for Conservative Party.

CandidateVotes
Paul Brading549
Stewart Blackmore183
John Fleming172
Adrian Whittaker159
Chani-May Courtney53

Lake South Candidates

Stewart Blackmore

Labour Party

Stewart Blackmore, your Labour candidate for Lake South, has wide experience as a town councillor, is managing director of a golf club and a former college lecturer, and was Labour Parliamentary candi...

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Paul Brading

Conservative Party

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Chani-May Courtney

Liberal Democrat

Small positive changes make a fairer world. I​ want people to be able to vote for a party that stands for a open, tolerance, diversity and fights for equality. We are a community only when we partic...

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John Fleming

(Undeclared)

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Adrian Whittaker

Independent

My name is Adrian Whittaker. I am 44 years of age. I have a grown up family who live on the island . I live in the ward i wish to represent, in fact i am the only candidate who does. I have attended...

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Ward Map

Map of Lake South

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Where is my polling station?

You can pop your postcode into this helpful website WhereDoIVote.co.uk and it will draw you a map!

How do I vote?

Polling stations are open from 7am to 10pm on Thursday 4th May.

If you don't have your poll card, you can go to the polling station and give them your name and address. You don't need any other form of ID.

Give your name and address to the staff inside the polling station when you arrive. You don’t have to take your poll card with you.

You’ll be given a ballot paper containing a list of the people, parties or the options you can vote for.

  • Take your ballot paper into a polling booth.
  • Follow the instructions on the notices in the polling booth and on the top of the ballot paper to vote.
  • Put it in the ballot box.
...Done!

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