Stoke-on-Trent Central Constituency General Election Deceleration
Tristram Hunt is declared as MP for Stoke-on-Trent Central constituency. Stoke-on-Trent UK 06/05/2010
Tristram Hunt is declared as MP for Stoke-on-Trent Central constituency after beating LibDems, Conservative & BNP in to 2,3 &4 place respectively with a 5565 majority.
The Stoke Central seat was formerly the seat of Mark Fisher who retired on health grounds at the end of the last parliament. Simon Darby deputy leader of the BNP also decided to stand in this constituency. Alby Walker [IND] was formerly the leader of the BNP group in Stoke-on-Trent City Council until he left to stand for election in the general election.
Also standing was Gary Elsby who was fomerly a member of the Stoke Central Labour Group until he resigned after not making it on to the selection short list to be the Stoke Central candidate.
Tristram Hunt Lab 12604
John Redfern Lib 7039
Norsheen Bhatti Con 6833
Simon Darby BNP 2505
Carol Lovatt UKIP 1402
Paul Breeze Ind 959
Gary Elsby Un 399
Brian Ward City Ind 303
Alby Walker Ind 295
Matt Wright TUSC 133