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Kirkstall Ward: Leeds City Council election result 2016

Labour’s Lucinda Yeadon overwhelmingly held the Kirkstall Ward seat at this year’s Leeds City Council local elections.

Cllr Yeadon gained 3,453, comfortably beating second placed UKIP candidate Cain Weber, who gained 547 votes.

Full results are:

Martin Gareth Hughes, Liberal Democrats 212

Stuart William Long, Independent 53

George William Andrew Rear, The Conservative Party Candidate 313

Maddy Steeds, Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 43

Morgan Rhys Tatchell-Evans, Green Party 420

Cain Arron Weber, UK Independence Party (UKIP) 547

Lucinda Joy Yeadon, Labour Party 3,453 ELECTED


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