Rachel Reeves

Member of Parliament for Leeds West

Leeds West Election Results 2010

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Rachel was elected as Leeds West's MP with a 7,000 vote majority today. After the result was announced, Rachel thanked the electorate for the trust they had put in her, and promised to represent Leeds West tirelessly in Parliament. 

The results of the elections have given Leeds West a strong Labour team to represent you in both Westminster and Leeds City Council.

The full results are as follows:

Electorate - 67,453. Turnout - 57.96%

Beverley, Joanna - British National Party - 2377 votes

Blackburn, David - Green Party - 1832 votes

Coleman, Ruth - Liberal Democrats - 9373 votes

Marjoram, Joseph - Conservative Party - 7641 votes

Miles, Jeff - UK Independence Party - 1140 votes

Reeves, Rachel - Labour Party - 16389 votes

Local elections saw Leeds West gain an additional Labour Councillor, with John Hardy being elected to represent Farnley and Wortley. Neil Taggart and Janet Harper reinforced their majorities in Bramley and Armley, and Bernard Atha fought hard to retain his seat in Kirkstall. 

Congratulations to all, and thank you everyone who helped for your hard work!

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