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Bramley & Stanningley: Leeds Local election result 2019

Labour’s Jools Heselwood comfortably held her seat in the Bramley & Stanningley ward at the 2019 Leeds City Council elections.

Julie Heselwood bramley
Julie Heselwood

UKIP came a distant second in the poll.

Cllr Heselwood said:

“The three Labour councillors work really hard with the lcoal community, providing services for children, working with local groups and older people such as Bramley Elderly Action. They make sure we deliver our promises. Far Right groups keep challenging in Bramley but we reduce their vote year after year. They preach hate, while we deliver and work with communities and make a real difference.”

Turnout was 23.9%.


BEE Liz, Liberal Democrats 387

HESELWOOD Julie Caroline, Labour Party 1942 – elected

LOCKE Dean Andrew, English Democrats 109

LORD Clive Richard, Green Party 351

MURGATROYD Anne, The For Britain Movement 218

NANCOLAS Alex, The Conservative Party Candidate 417

WOODHEAD David Peter, UK Independence Party (UKIP) 581


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