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Farnley and Wortley ward: Leeds Council election results 2016

Green Party candidate David Blackburn held his seat at the Leeds City Council elections 2016, comfortably holding off a challenge from Labour’s John Hardy with a majority of just under a thousand.

Here are the full results:

David Blackburn Green Party 2,517 ELECTED

John Hamilton Hardy Labour Party 1,576

Rob Jacques Liberal Democrats 60

Hayley Laura Nancolas The Conservative Party Candidate 380

Tony Roberts UK Independence Party (UKIP) 751


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