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2012 Police and Crime Commissioner election

Barry Coppinger (Lab) was elected Police and Crime Commissioner for the Cleveland police force area on 15 November 2012.

Police and Crime Commissioner election first stage results (PDF)

Second stage results

The total number of valid second preference votes cast for each of the remaining candidates is as follows:

COPPINGER, John Barry

commonly known as Barry Coppinger

Labour Party 5649

LUPTON, Kenneth Allen

commonly known as Ken Lupton

The Conservative Party Candidate 4124
The number of ballot papers rejected at the second count is as follows:
a Want of an official mark 0
b Voting for more than one candidate as to the second preference vote 8
c Writing or mark by which the voter could be identified 0
d Unmarked as to the second preference vote 4047
e Void for uncertainty as to the second preference vote 48
Total rejected ballot papers at second count 4103
The total number of valid first and second preference votes cast for each of the remaining candidates is as follows:
  First preferences Second preferences Total

COPPINGER, John Barry

commonly known as Barry Coppinger

25691 5649 31340 (E)

LUPTON, Kenneth Allen

commonly known as Ken Lupton

16047 4124 20171

View the Police Area Returning Officer Notice of Expenses Returns.