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Pudsey Ward: Leeds City Council election results 2016

Labour’s Josie Jarosz retained her seat in Pudsey ward in one of the closer Leeds City Council election results of 2016.

Cllr Jarosz gained 2,884 votes, holding off the challenge of Conservative’s Simon Seary, who received 2,129 votes.

Results were:

Jude Patrick Arbuckle Liberal Democrats 167

Josie Jarosz Labour and Co-operative Party 2884 ELECTED

Laura Rosemary Johnson Green Party 220

Conor Andrew O’Neill Yorkshire First 211

Simon Anthony Seary The Conservative Party Candidate 2129

Kath Tattersall UK Independence Party (UKIP)751



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