Dawn Seary retained Pudsey Ward for the Conservatives at this year’s Leeds City Council elections.
The count was held today in the First Direct Arena in Leeds following voting on Thursday. The delayed count was due to social distancing measures.
Dawn Seary succeeds outgoing Conservative councillor Mark Harrison, who had stood down from office. Cllr Seary received 4,609 votes, with Labour challenger Mark Sewards more than 2,000 votes behind on 2,567.
The political make-up in the ward remains three Conservative councillors.
Here are the results:
Cynthia May Dowling – Liberal Democrats 248
Dawn Michelle Seary – Conservative Party 4,609
Mark James Sewards – Labour Party 2,567
Daniel David Jason Walker – Social Democratic Party 15
Suzanne Elizabeth Ward – Green Party 419
Dan Woodlock – Yorkshire Party 265