Green Party election results from England
May 6, 2011 in International Greens
In an series of posts at his Facebook page last night Chris Alders has been reporting on Green Party victories in England. Here are the results:
Breaking News: English city council elections’ vote count underway. Green Party incumbents John Coyne (Liverpool) and Jillian Creasy (Sheffield) have won re-election!
Breaking News: Green Party candidate Jo Henderson wins election to Norwich City (England) council with 41% of the vote!
Breaking News: Green Party city councillors Denise Carlo, Amy Stammers, Lucy Galvin, and Stephen Little are re-elected in Norwich (England) local government elections!
Breaking News: Rachel Eburne of the Green Party is declared re-elected, running unopposed in Mid-Suffolk (England) city council election.
The rest of the results are below the fold.
Breaking News: Green Party councillor Kevin Warnes, has been re-elected in Bradford (England) with 42.94% of the vote!
Breaking News: Delighted to convey word that Gus Hoyt of the Green Party has just been elected to Bristol (England) city government with 42.65% of the vote!
Breaking News: Patrick Harvie, Co-Leader of the Green Party of Scotland, has just been re-elected to the Scottish Parliament in the Glasgow region.
Breaking News: For the first time in history, the Green Party has an outright majority on a city council government in England. Yesterday voters in Brighton and Hove elected 23 Green Party councillors to public office!
Breaking News: Alison Johnstone of the Green Party of Scotland has just been declared elected in the Lothians region and will take her place in the next Scottish parliament!
Breaking News: The victories just keep coming for Green Party candidates in local government elections in England. Lori Allen is the first ever councillor in West Norfolk! Three Greens, Jacqi Hodgson, Robert Yint and Alan Gorman, have been elected to South Hams district council. And Duncan Kerr has won election to Bolsover council. All represent gains for the Greens!