Stephen Mold Elected as New PCC

Conservative Candidate Beats Labour into Second Place

Stephen Mold has been declared the new Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner. In a close election battle, the former Conservative South Northants Councillor fought off stiff competition from rival Labour candidate Kevin McKeever. Once second preferences had been taken into account, Mold had a total of 58175 votes in his favour - compared to 49161 for McKeever.

UKIP candidate Sam Watts trailed in 3rd place with 27708.

Mold takes over from outgoing Conservative Adam Simmonds for a four-year term in the role.

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Posted by Site Admin (Antar) on Mon 9th May, 2016 in General News

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