Leeds Local Election 2018: Armley result

4 May 2018

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Labour comfortably held Armley Ward in the Leeds City Council local elections.

Alison Lowe, James McKenna and Alice Smart all held their seats in the Labour safe seat.

Result:

Andrea Kay Binns (Green) – 732
Rob Hooper (Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts) – 175
Gideon Matthew William Jones (Green) – 545
Matthew James Leech (Con) – 657
Alison Natalie Kay Lowe (Lab) – 2,447
James Mckenna (Lab) – 2,632
James EdWard Miller (The For Britain Movement) – 261
Robert Raymond Murphy-Fell (Con) – 522
Alice Ellen Schofield Smart – 2,747 (Lab)
Nicola Louise Tinsley (Con) – 565
Dan Walker (Lib Dem) – 387
John Withill (Democrats and Veterans) – 184


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danny bailey says:

why so many people vote for labour, an anti-Semitic, therefore racist party baffles me

Bill evans says:

Well done to all labour councillors rewards for hard work

S gil says:

Peo0le who rely on free money vote Labour. Not difficult to understand.