Election Result (Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, 2017): Mayor: Labour (Steve Rotherham)
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Election Result (Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, 2017): Mayor: Steve Rotheram (Labour Party)
|Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (Mayor) (2017)|
|Name of candidate||Description (if any)||Votes||%|
|Liberal Democrat||19,751||6.84%||Not elected|
|Green Party||14,094||4.88%||Not elected|
|UK Independence Party||11,940||4.14%||Not elected|
|Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition||7,881||2.73%||Not elected|
|Women’s Equality Party||4,247||1.49%||Not elected|
|Get the Coppers off the Jury||729||0.25%||Not elected|
There were 2,789 rejected ballot papers. Turnout was 26.1%. The turnout for the Wirral area was 27.8%. The electorate was 1,116,495. Any candidate with less than 5% of the first preference vote loses their £5,000 deposit (Tom Crone (Green), Paula Walters (UKIP), Roger Bannister (TUSC), Tabitha Morton (Women’s Equality Party) and Paul Breen (Get the Coppers off the Jury).
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