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Carlisle Elections

Published on 06 May 2016

Carlisle Elections

Carlisle City Council elections were held on Thursday, 5 May 2016.

City Council elections were held in 17 of the city’s 22 wards:

Belah; Belle Vue; Botcherby; Brampton; Castle; Currock; Dalston; Denton Holme; Great Corby & Geltsdale; Harraby; Hayton; Morton; St Aidans; Stanwix Urban; Upperby; Wetheral and Yewdale wards.

The total number of eligible voters was 67,642. There was a 35.54% overall turnout (24,040 votes cast).

Prior to the election, the composition of the Council was: 28 Labour Councillors, 20 Conservative Councillors, 3 Independents and 1 Liberal Democrat Councillor.

The composition of the Council after the 2016 election is as follows: 27 Labour Councillors, 20 Conservative Councillors, 4 Independents and 1 Liberal Democrat Councillor.

A full list of results is available here.

 

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