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General Election 2010 Results

Richard Fuller was elected as MP for Bedford constituency. Mr Fuller received 17,546 votes.

In North East Bedfordshire Alistair Burt was re-elected as the MP for the constituency with 30,989 votes.

The election turnout was 66.87% of the electorate for Bedford and 71.27% for North East Bedfordshire.

Polling stations opened at 7am on Thursday May 6th and closed at 10pm. Counting was carried out at the Bunyan Centre, Mile Road in Bedford.

 

Full results were as follows:

 

Bedford Constituency

Candidate

Party

Votes

Mark Adkin

UKIP

1,136

Samrat Bhandari

Independent

120

William Dewick

BNP

757

Ben Foley

Green

393

Richard Fuller            

Conservative 

17,546

Patrick Hall

Labour

16,193

Henry Vann  

Liberal Democrat

8,957


North East Bedfordshire Constituency

Candidate

Party 

Votes

Edward Brown 

Labour

8,957

Alistair Burt                 

Conservative

30,989

Brian Capell 

UKIP

2,294

Mike Pitt

Liberal Democrat

12,047

Ian Seeby

BNP 

1,265              

         

 

For the full election round-up go to www.bedford.gov.uk/democracy

 

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