2021 England and Wales police and crime commissioner elections

Elections of police and crime commissioners in England and Wales were held on 6 May 2021, on the same day as the Senedd election in Wales and the local elections in England.[1] This was the third time police and crime commissioner elections have been held (the two previous occasions were in 2012 and 2016). The elections were originally due to take place in May 2020 but were postponed owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.[2] They were therefore held in May 2021, a year later than originally scheduled.

2021 Police and crime commissioner elections
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39 police and crime commissioners in England and Wales
  First party Second party Third party
 
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Leader Boris Johnson Keir Starmer Adam Price
Party Conservative Labour Plaid Cymru
Leader since 23 July 2019 4 April 2020 28 September 2018
Last election 20 seats, 29.3% 15 seats, 34.3% 2 seats, 2.6%
Seats before 20 14 2
Commissioners 30 8 1
Commissioners +/– Increase 10 Decrease 6 Decrease 1
Popular vote 5,067,893 3,416,531 247,518
Percentage 44.5% 29.7% 2.2%
Swing Increase 15.2% Decrease 4.6% Decrease 0.4%

England and Wales Police and Crime Commission elections 2021 map.svg
The 39 police force areas within England and Wales where elections were held. Colours denote the winning party, as shown in the main table of results.

BackgroundEdit

 
Locations in which the police and crime commissioner roles are being elected.

Police and crime commissioners (PCCs) are elected representatives with responsibility for policing in each police area in England and Wales. Each police area—with the exception of Greater London and Greater Manchester, where the directly elected mayor is the policing authority instead—elects a commissioner every four years.

Police and Crime Commissioner elections use the supplementary vote system.[3]

This is the third set of police and crime commissioner elections to be held, following the creation of the role by the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 which led to the holding of the first elections in November 2012.

The Policing and Crime Act 2017 amended the above Act and enabled PCCs to take on governance of the local fire and rescue service as the Fire Authority. This has been implemented by the election of Police Fire and Crime commissioners in the following areas:[4]

Postponement to 2021Edit

Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, the elections due to be held in May 2020 were delayed until May 2021; this applied to the PCC elections as well as those for local authorities and elected mayors.[2] The postponement was implemented by the Coronavirus Act 2020 which was enacted on 25 March 2020.[9]

The act stipulates that the postponement is to be ignored in determining the years in which subsequent elections are to be held,[10] thus the commissioners elected in 2021 will be in office for three years, not the usual four.

The office of West Yorkshire police and crime commissioner is abolished on the date of these elections, as the role is taken up by the office of the newly elected mayor of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.[11]

Police and crime commissioners not standing for re-electionEdit

Ron Hogg, the Labour PCC for Durham since 2012, died in office.[12] The following PCCs chose not to stand for re-election:

EnglandEdit

Incumbent police and crime commissioners are marked with an asterisk (*).

Avon and Somerset PoliceEdit

2021 Avon and Somerset police and crime commissioner election[1][23]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Mark Shelford 136,988 34.7% 24,331 161,319 52.44%
Labour Kerry Barker 93,495 23.7% 52,798 146,293 47.56%
Green Cleo Lake 64,790 16.4%
Liberal Democrats Heather Shearer 52,839 13.4%
Independent John Smith 46,379 11.8%
Turnout 394,491
Conservative gain from Independent

Bedfordshire PoliceEdit

2021 Bedfordshire police and crime commissioner election[1][24]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Festus Akinbusoye 51,700 42.4% 8,093 59,793 54.06%
Labour David Michael 42,708 35.0% 8,107 50,815 45.94%
Liberal Democrats Jas Parmar 15,983 13.1%
Independent Pat Hamil 8,279 6.8%
English Democrat Antonio Daniel Vitiello 3,387 2.8%
Turnout 122,057
Conservative hold

Cambridgeshire ConstabularyEdit

2021 Cambridgeshire police and crime commissioner election[1][25]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Darryl Preston 99,034 42.90% 15,019 114,053 52.74%
Labour Nicky Massey 72,313 31.32% 29,882 102,195 47.26%
Liberal Democrats Rupert Moss-Eccardt 51,490 22.30%
Reform UK Sue Morris 8,031 3.48%
Turnout 230,868
Conservative hold

Cheshire ConstabularyEdit

2021 Cheshire police and crime commissioner election[1][26]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative John Dwyer 99,565 44.55% 12,397 111,962 52.96%
Labour Co-op David Keane* 83,329 37.28% 16,134 99,463 47.04%
Liberal Democrats Jo Conchie 32,348 14.47%
Reform UK Nick Goulding 8,258 3.69%
Turnout 223,500
Conservative gain from Labour

Cleveland PoliceEdit

2021 Cleveland police and crime commissioner election[27]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Steve Turner 74,023 54.15
Labour Matthew Storey 39,467 28.87
Independent Barrie Cooper 16,667 12.19
Liberal Democrats Chris Jones 6,540 4.78
Turnout 136,697 33.7
Rejected ballots
Total votes
Registered electors
Conservative gain from Labour

Paul Williams initially planned to stand for the Labour Party, but he was selected as the party’s candidate for the Hartlepool parliamentary constituency by-election that was on the same day as the PCC elections, and therefore withdrew.[28]

Cumbria ConstabularyEdit

2021 Cumbria police and crime commissioner election[1][29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Peter McCall* 56,753 53.57
Labour Barbara Cannon 27,687 26.13
Liberal Democrats Loraine Birchall[30] 21,506 20.39
Turnout 105,946
Total votes 107,824 27.62%
Conservative hold

[31]

Derbyshire ConstabularyEdit

2021 Derbyshire police and crime commissioner election[1][32]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Angelique Foster 137,884 49.40% 11,865 149,749 56.02%
Labour Hardyal Dhindsa* 104,700 37.51% 12,864 117,564 43.98%
Liberal Democrats Stanley Heptinstall 25,811 9.25%
Reform UK Tim Prosser 10,721 3.84%
Turnout 279,116
Conservative gain from Labour

Devon and Cornwall PoliceEdit

2021 Devon and Cornwall police and crime commissioner election[1]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Alison Hernandez* 247,173 49.97% 28,044 275,217 65.19%
Labour Gareth Derrick 99,894 20.20% 47,085 146,979 34.81%
Liberal Democrats Brian Blake 88,318 17.86%
Green Stuart Paul Jackson 59,242 11.98%
Turnout 494,627
Conservative hold

Dorset PoliceEdit

2021 Dorset police and crime commissioner election[1][33]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative David Sidwick 64,071 42.5% 6,282 70,353 61.83%
Independent Dan Hardy 31,112 20.6% 12,315 43,427 38.17%
Green Claire Seymour 21,283 14.1%
Liberal Democrats Mark Robson 17,837 11.8%
Labour Patrick Canavan 16,379 10.9%
Turnout 152,956 25.52%
Total votes 152,956
Conservative gain from Independent

An independent candidate, Dan Hardy, originally withdrew from the election after the postponement of the 2020 election meant he was unable to financially continue his campaign. However in March 2021 he announced he was standing again for election.[34]

Durham ConstabularyEdit

2021 Durham police and crime commissioner election[1][35]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Labour Co-op Joy Allen 71,084 43.82% 9,426 80,510 51.00%
Conservative George Jabbour 69,748 43.00% 7,604 77,352 49.00%
Liberal Democrats Anne Marie Curry 21,376 13.18%
Turnout 162,208
Labour hold

Essex PoliceEdit

2021 Essex police, fire and crime commissioner election[1][36]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Roger Hirst* 235,246 54.0   2.7
Labour Chris Vince 99,712 22.9   3.2
Liberal Democrats Jon Whitehouse 58,131 13.3   4.0
English Democrat Robin Tilbrook 42,831 9.8 N/A
Turnout 435,920
Conservative hold

Gloucestershire ConstabularyEdit

2021 Gloucestershire police and crime commissioner election[1]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Chris Nelson 79,086 40.6% 12,011 91,097 60.36%
Liberal Democrats Chris Coleman 37,024 19.0% 22,814 59,838 39.64%
Independent Martin Surl* 34,286 17.6%
Labour Simon O'Rourke 31,347 16.1%
Independent Adrian Stratton 13,131 6.7%
Turnout 194,874
Conservative gain from Independent

Hampshire ConstabularyEdit

2021 Hampshire police and crime commissioner election[1][37][38][39]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Donna Jones 262,667 49.84% 50,326 312,993 68.23%
Labour Co-op Tony Bunday 101,832 19.32% 43,919 145,751 31.77%
Liberal Democrats Richard Murphy 93,581 17.76%
Hampshire Independents Steve James-Bailey 68,895 13.07%
Turnout 526,975 36.19%
Conservative hold

Hertfordshire ConstabularyEdit

2021 Hertfordshire police and crime commissioner election[1][40]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative David Lloyd* 155,144 48.54% 12,761 167,905 55.30%
Liberal Democrats Sam North 87,524 27.38% 48,172 135,696 44.70%
Labour Co-op Philip Ross 76,941 24.07%
Turnout 319,609
Conservative hold

Humberside PoliceEdit

2021 Humberside police and crime commissioner election[1][41]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Jonathan Evison 71,554 45.56% 7,980 79,534 52.62%
Labour Co-op Keith Hunter* 61,859 39.39% 9,756 71,615 47.38%
Liberal Democrats Bob Morgan 23,640 15.05%
Turnout 157,053
Total votes 157,053
Conservative gain from Labour

Kent PoliceEdit

2021 Kent police and crime commissioner election[1][42]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Matthew Scott* 237,278 57.80 +24.7
Labour Co-op Lola Oyewusi 103,807 25.28 +6.18
Liberal Democrats Graham Colley 69,464 16.92 +9.52
Turnout
Conservative hold

Lancashire ConstabularyEdit

2021 Lancashire police and crime commissioner election[1][43]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Andrew Snowden 166,202 44.78% 15,152 181,354 51.27%
Labour Clive Grunshaw* 154,195 41.55% 18,167 172,362 48.73%
Liberal Democrats Neil Darby 32,813 8.84%
Reform UK Mark James Barker 17,926 4.83%
Turnout 371,136 33.7%
Total votes 371,136
Conservative gain from Labour

Leicestershire PoliceEdit

2021 Leicestershire police and crime commissioner election[1][44]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Rupert Matthews 121,252 49.27% 14,314 135,566 57.01%
Labour Ross Willmott 81,898 33.28% 20,313 102,211 42.99%
Liberal Democrats James Moore 42,951 17.45%
Turnout 253,487 31.11%
Total votes 253,487
Conservative gain from Labour

Lincolnshire PoliceEdit

2021 Lincolnshire police and crime commissioner election[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Marc Jones* 102,813 59.85
Labour Rosanne Kirk 34,310 19.97
Lincolnshire Independent David William 18,375 10.70
Liberal Democrats Ross Pepper 10,172 5.92
Reform UK Peter Escreet 6,101 3.55
Turnout
Conservative hold

Merseyside PoliceEdit

2021 Merseyside police and crime commissioner election[1][45]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Co-op Emily Spurrell 178,875 56.88   4.88
Conservative Bob Teesdale 71,961 22.88   5.02
Liberal Democrats Kris Brown 51,979 16.53   5.07
Reform UK Malcolm James Webster 11,662 3.71 N/A
Turnout
Labour hold

Norfolk ConstabularyEdit

2021 Norfolk police and crime commissioner election[1][46][47]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Giles Orpen-Smellie 103,980 45.08% 16,014 119,994 63.31%
Labour Michael Rosen 51,056 22.14% 18,496 69,552 36.69%
Liberal Democrats John Crofts 31,666 13.73%
Green Martin Schmierer 23,469 10.18%
Independent David Moreland 20,473 8.88%
Turnout
Conservative hold

Northamptonshire PoliceEdit

2021 Northamptonshire police, fire, and crime commissioner election[1][48][49]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Stephen Mold* 102,752 53.17%
Labour Clare Pavitt 53,166 27.51%
Liberal Democrats Ana Savage Gunn 29,621 15.33%
Reform UK Mark Hearn 7,715 3.99% N/A
Turnout
Conservative hold

Northumbria PoliceEdit

2021 Northumbria police and crime commissioner election[1][50]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Labour Kim McGuinness* 179,021 46.61% 27,446 206,467 59.61%
Conservative Duncan Crute 118,543 30.86% 21,332 139,875 41.39%
Independent Julian Kilburn 45,567 11.86%
Liberal Democrats Peter Maughan 40,955 10.66%
Turnout 384,086
Labour hold

North Yorkshire PoliceEdit

2021 North Yorkshire police, fire and crime commissioner election[51][1]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Philip Allott 73,656 47.0% 10,081 83,737 61.0%
Labour Alison Hume 40,803 26.1% 12,639 53,442 39.0%
Independent Keith Tordoff 22,338 14.3%
Liberal Democrats James Barker 19,773 12.6%
Turnout 156,570 25.47%
Total votes 156,570
Conservative hold

Nottinghamshire PoliceEdit

Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner election, 2021
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Caroline Henry 131,318 47.9% 7,340 138,658 51.36%
Labour Paddy Tipping* 119,271 43.5% 12,031 131,302 48.64%
Liberal Democrats David Watts 23,794 8.7%
Turnout 274,383 34%
Conservative gain from Labour

South Yorkshire PoliceEdit

2021 South Yorkshire police and crime commissioner election[52][1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Alan Billings* 165,442 53.9 +2.0
Conservative David Chinchen 98,851 32.2 +21.5
Liberal Democrats Joe Otten 42,462 13.8 +3.7
Turnout 306,755
Labour hold

Staffordshire PoliceEdit

2021 Staffordshire police, fire and crime commissioner election[1][53]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Benedict Adams 136,024 55.71
Labour Tony Kearon 67,050 27.46
Independent Deneice Florence-Jukes 19,102 7.82
Liberal Democrats Richard Whelan[54] 10,690 4.38
Reform UK Michael Riley 5,504 2.25
Turnout 238,370
Conservative hold

Suffolk ConstabularyEdit

2021 Suffolk police and crime commissioner election[55][56]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Tim Passmore* 112,139 54.7
Labour Elizabeth Hughes 47,159 23.0
Green Andy Patmore 27,965 13.6
Liberal Democrats James Sandbach 17,801 8.7
Turnout 204,794
Conservative hold

Surrey PoliceEdit

2021 Surrey police and crime commissioner election[1]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Lisa Townsend[57] 112,260 33.5% 42,856 155,116 58.02%
Liberal Democrats Paul Kennedy 69,412 20.7% 42,803 112,215 41.98%
Zero Tolerance Policing, ex Chief Kevin Hurley 59,554 17.8%
Labour Howard Kaye 53,103 15.9%
Independent David Munro* 40,597 12.1%
Turnout 334,926 38.8%
Conservative hold

David Munro was elected in 2016 as the Conservative candidate. Kevin Hurley was Police Commissioner from 2012 until 2016.

Sussex PoliceEdit

2021 Sussex police and crime commissioner election[1][58][59]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Katy Bourne* 214,523 47.28% 30,287 244,810 65.62%
Labour Paul Richards 84,736 18.68% 43,523 128,259 34.38%
Liberal Democrats Jamie Bennett 63,271 13.94%
Green Kahina Bouhassane 60,781 13.40%
Independent Roy Williams 30,408 6.70%
Turnout 453,719 35.77%
Conservative hold

Thames Valley PoliceEdit

2021 Thames Valley police and crime commissioner election[1][20][60]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Matthew Barber 267,404 42.46% 45,744 313,148 57.29%
Labour Co-op Laetisia Carter 175,123 27.81% 58,323 233,446 42.71%
Liberal Democrats John Howson 110,072 17.48%
Independent Alan Robinson 77,210 12.26%
Turnout 629,809
Conservative hold

Warwickshire PoliceEdit

2021 Warwickshire police and crime commissioner election[1][61]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Philip Seccombe* 85,963 52.07   20.90
Labour Ben Twomey 45,768 27.72   2.20
Liberal Democrats Louis Adam[62] 26,660 16.15   5.57
Reform UK Henry Lu 6,692 4.05  
Turnout 165,083
Conservative hold

West Mercia PoliceEdit

2021 West Mercia police and crime commissioner election[1][63]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative John-Paul Campion* 179,411 55.34
Labour Kuldip Sahota 77,664 23.96
Liberal Democrats Margaret Rowley 50,699 15.64
Reform UK Peter Jewell 16,419 5.06 N/A
Turnout 324,193
Conservative hold

West Midlands PoliceEdit

2021 West Midlands police and crime commissioner election[64][1]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Labour Simon Foster 276,743 45.51% 24,663 301,406 53.70%
Conservative Jay Singh-Sohal 239,288 39.35% 20,551 259,839 46.30%
Liberal Democrats Jon Hunt 38,594 6.35%
Independent Julie Hambleton 27,664 4.55%
Reform UK Mark Hoath 18,002 2.96%
We Matter Desmond Jaddoo 7,745 1.27%
Turnout 608,036
Total votes 625,010 31.02%
Labour hold

Wiltshire PoliceEdit

2021 Wiltshire police and crime commissioner election[1]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Jonathon Seed 84,885 41.06% 15,118 100,003 63.26%
Liberal Democrats Liz Webster 35,013 16.94% 23,061 58,074 36.74%
Labour Junab Ali 34,147 16.52%
Independent Mike Rees 31,722 15.35%
Green Brig Ourbridge 16,606 8.03%
Reform UK Julian Malins 4,348 2.10%
Turnout 206,721

The Conservative candidate, Jonathon Seed, withdrew on 9 May in the interval between the vote and the count, due to a conviction in 1993 for a 1992 drink driving offence. ITV News had been investigating Seed's background prior to the election after they were told there was something in his past that would prevent him from taking up the position of police and crime commissioner if he was elected; Seed and his campaign team declined to comment.[65] Seed said he had declared the driving conviction to the Conservative party in his applications for his candidature, saying: "To the best of my knowledge and belief when I applied for, and became the Police and Crime Commissioner candidate for the Conservative Party in Wiltshire and Swindon, I was an eligible candidate. I have declared my thirty-year-old driving conviction to the Party in my applications both to be a Parliamentary candidate and more recently a PCC candidate".[66]

Candidates are required to sign a declaration which reads "I am aware of the provisions of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 and to the best of my knowledge and belief I am not disqualified from election as Police and Crime Commissioner."[67][68] Guidance published by the Electoral Commission says PCC candidates cannot seek election if they have been convicted of an offence punishable with a prison sentence, this includes spent convictions and those where a prison sentence was not given.[69][70]

Counting of votes went ahead,[71] and Seed won most votes on the second round.[72][73][74] Wiltshire Police asked Thames Valley Police to investigate the candidacy, "to ensure independent oversight and to remove any potential conflict of interest".[75][76] Further investigation by ITV News found a second imprisonable offence arising from the 1992 incident: failure to stop after causing damage to a motor vehicle.[77]

The post fell vacant when Seed did not deliver acceptance of the office, and an election was held to fill the vacancy on 19 August 2021.[78] Legislation states that the office becomes vacant two months after a person elected to the office fails to deliver their acceptance, and requires an election to be held within the subsequent 35 days.[79]

The re-run was won by Conservative candidate Philip Wilkinson.[80]

August 2021 re-runEdit

August 19 2021 Wiltshire police and crime commissioner election[81][82]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Conservative Philip Wilkinson 32,564 35.96% 5,188 37,752 52.02%
Independent Mike Rees 25,197 27.82% 9,618 34,815 47.98%
Liberal Democrats Brian Mathew 17,966 19.84%
Labour Junab Ali 12,971 14.32%
Reform UK Julian Malins 1,859 2.05%
Turnout 90,557 16.63

WalesEdit

Incumbent police and crime commissioners are marked with an asterisk (*).

Dyfed-Powys PoliceEdit

2021 Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner election [83]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Plaid Cymru Dafydd Llywelyn 68,208 33.60% 26,280 94,488 54.97%
Conservative Jon Burns 69,112 34.04% 8,296 77,408 45.03%
Labour Philippa Thompson 48,033 23.66%
Liberal Democrats Tomos Preston 17,649 8.69%
Turnout 210,795
Rejected ballots 7,793
Registered electors
Plaid Cymru hold

Gwent PoliceEdit

2021 Gwent police and crime commissioner election[1][84]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Labour Jeff Cuthbert* 75,775 41.79% 16,841 92,616 60.47%
Conservative Hannah Jarvis 52,313 28.85% 8,223 60,536 39.53%
Plaid Cymru Donna Cushing 29,392 16.21%
Independent Paul Harley 13,601 7.50%
Liberal Democrats John Miller 7,640 4.21%
Gwlad Clayton Jones 2,615 1.44%
Turnout 181,336
Total votes 181,336
Labour hold

North Wales PoliceEdit

2021 North Wales police and crime commissioner election[1][84][85][86][87]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Labour Andy Dunbobbin 69,459 29.10% 28,575 98,034 52.10%
Conservative Pat Astbury 75,472 31.62% 14,677 90,149 47.90%
Plaid Cymru Ann Griffith 67,672 28.36%
Independent Mark Young 15,907 6.67%
Liberal Democrats Lisa Wilkins 10,149 4.25%
Turnout 238,659 46.08%
Total votes 238,659
Labour gain from Plaid Cymru

South Wales PoliceEdit

2021 South Wales police and crime commissioner election[1][84]
Party Candidate 1st round 2nd round
 First round votes  Transfer votes 
Total Of round Transfers Total Of round
Labour Co-op Alun Michael* 177,110 40.99% 48,353 225,463 63.82%
Conservative Steve Gallagher 102,465 23.71% 25,379 127,844 36.18%
Plaid Cymru Nadine Marshall 82,246 19.03%
Independent Michael Baker 37,110 8.59%
Liberal Democrats Callum Littlemore 19,907 4.61%
Propel Gail John 13,263 3.07%
Turnout 432,101
Total votes 432,101
Labour Co-op hold

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