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Colchester Constituency General Election Result

Bob Russell (ELECTED) - Liberal Democrats - 22,151 votes

Will Quince - Conservative Party - 15,169 votes

Jordan Alexander Newell - Labour Party - 5,680 votes

John Pitts - UK Independence Party (UKIP) - 1,350 votes

Sidney Albert Chaney - British National Party - 705 votes

Peter James Lynn - Green Party - 694 votes

Eddie Bone - English Democrats - 335 votes

Garryck Henry Summers Noble - Peoples Party Essex - 35 votes

Paul Russell Shaw - 20 votes

Council Election Results 2010

The current political make-up of Colchester Borough Council is: Conservative - 24, Labour - 7, Liberal Democrats - 26, Highwoods Independent - 3.

Results In Full

Berechurch - Colin Mudie (Lib Dem) elected with 1,535 votes.

Castle - Bill Frame (Lib Dem) elected with 1,774 votes.

Christ Church - Nick Cope (Lib Dem) elected with 1,218 votes.

Harbour - Mary Blandon (Lib Dem) elected with 1,452 votes.

Highwoods - Gerard Paul Oxford (Independent) elected with 2,057 votes.

Lexden - Sonia Jean Lewis (Conservative) elected with 1,729 votes.

Mile End - Scott Greenhill (Lib Dem) elected with 2,577 votes.

New Town - Theresa Margaret Anne Higgins (Lib Dem) elected with 2,061 votes.

Prettygate - Sue Lissimore (Conservative) elected with 2,055 votes.

Shrub End - Lyn Barton (lib Dem) elected with 1,832 votes.

St. Andrews - Julie Ann Young (labour) elected with 1,323 votes.

St. Annes - Mike Hogg (Lib Dem) elected with 2,214 votes.

St, Johns - Ray Gamble (Lib Dem) elected with 1,833 votes.

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