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Election Results 2010

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General Election 2010 Results

The Pirate Party put forward nine candidates in the 2010 General Election.

Summary of results for the Party:
CandidateConstituencyVotesPercentage
Andrew RobinsonWorcester173 Votes0.4%
Finlay ArchibaldGlasgow Central128 Votes0.4%
Tim DobsonManchester Gorton236 Votes0.6%
Shaun DyerLeicester West113 Votes0.3%
David GeraghtyDerby North170 Votes0.4%
Graeme LambertBury North131 Votes0.4%
Luke LeightonSurrey South West94 Votes0.2%
Jack NunnCities of London and Westminster90 Votes0.2%
Alexander van TerheydenBethnal Green and Bow213 Votes0.4%
Total1340 Votes0.4%

Liberton and Gilmerton By-Election 2010 Results

The Pirate Party put forward one candidate in the 2010 Liberton/Gilmerton By-Election.

Summary of results for the Party:
CandidateConstituencyVotesPercentage
Phil HuntLiberton and Gilmerton43 First preferences0.65%
Total43 Votes0.65%

Further Reading

Full results for The General Election can be found on the BBC elections website here


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