Police and Crime Commissioner Elections
PCC Election - Final results
Police and Crime Commissioner elected for Surrey.
Kevin Hurley is the newly elected Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey.
Police and Crime Commissioner Results in Surrey
|Candidate||Total votes cast
||Total first pref votes
||Total second pref votes
Further information about this result can be found at www.guildford.gov.uk/pccelectionresults
Individual results for all Surrey districts and borough can be found by following links at www.guildford.gov.uk/pccdistrictandboroughinformation
All 11 districts and boroughs across Surrey counted today (Friday 16 November) and the overall turnout for Surrey was 15.70%. This is from a possible total votes in Surrey of 856,968. The percentage of overall postal votes received was 47.11%, from a total issued of 133,447. The percentage turn out at polling stations was 9.91%.
Total second preference votes cast in Surrey
| Remaining candidates
|| Total votes cast
Certificate of second count totals - Waverley
Police and crime commissioner election - Waverley second count totals
| Remaining candidates
|| Second count votes cast
Please note these are the local results for Waverley borough only and not the final result which will be announced by Guildford when all the second count results are in across the county.
The first preference results of Surrey's Police and Crime Commissioner Elections in Waverley for Thursday, November 15 are as follows:
Police and Crime Commissioner Waverley results
| Name of Candidate
||Description|| Number of first count votes received
Zero Tolerance Policing ex Chief
|Julie Iles||Conservative|| 3,884
|Nick O'Shea||Liberal|| 805
|Robert Shatwell||UKIP|| 965
This information relates only to the votes cast in Waverley.
- Verified ballot papers 15,920
- Total number rejected 387
- Total number first preference votes 15,533
Turnout results for Waverley are as follows:
Total percentage turnout was 17.2%
Postal vote turnout was 50.44%
Polling station turnout was 11.8%
Number of votes cast 15,920
Number of votes cast at polling stations was 9,431
Number of postal votes cast was 6,489
Our total eligible electorate is 92,772
Page owner: Teresa Maughan. Last updated: 16/11/2012 19:05