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Armley: Leeds local election results 2016

Labour’s Alison Lowe comfortably held her seat in Armley ward at the 2016 Leeds City Council local elections.

She gained more than double the number of votes than second placed UKIP candidate David Caldwell.

Here are the results:

David Caldwell UK Independence Party (UKIP) 1,104

Christine Amy Glover Liberal Democrats 181

Alison Natalie Kay Lowe Labour Party 2,726 ELECTED

Shane Gary Morgan The Conservative Party Candidate 380

David Michael Smith Green Party 453

Beth Sutcliffe Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 47



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