Pudsey ward local election result 2024: Dawn Seary holds for Conservatives

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Leeds Civic Hall. Photo: WestLeedsDispatch.com

Conservative councillor Dawn Seary held Pudsey Ward at the Leeds local elections 2024.

Cllr Seary held off the challenge of Labour’s Ahmed Riaz, securing 3,349 votes to his 2,977.

Pudsey MP Stuart Andrew with Cllr Dawn and Simon Seary. Photo: John Baron

Cllr Seary was elected with a reduced 372 majority – at the 2021 election her majority was 2,042.

The result

Riaz Ahmed – Labour 2,977

Christine Glover – Liberal Democrats 242

Dawn Seary – Conservatives 3,349

Suzanne Ward – Green Party 436

Andrea Whitehead – Reform UK 431

Update: This article was edited to clarify that Cllr Seary was elected in 2021, not 2011 as first stated.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Thank God Labour didn’t get in,in Pudsey, you only have to look how areas like Armley, Harehills, Chapeltown, Beeston, Holbeck , to name but a few places ,have ended up like under Labour councillors, thank goodness we have 3 fantastic Conservative councillors, Dawn and Simon Seary and the force to be reckoned with Trish Smith

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