England First Party local council election results 2010

Mark Cotterill - England First PartyEFP Chairman Mark Cotterill polled 315 votes (12.5%) in the Ribbleton ward for the Preston City Council Elections.


Elsewhere across the country, other England First Party candidates polled as follows:

Andrew Clayton: Oldham Borough Council, St James ward – 425 votes (10.5%)

Mark Leat: Stoke City Council, Longton North ward – 606 votes (10.3%)

David Geddes: Pendle Borough Council, Bradley ward – 279 votes (9.7%)

Kate Ward: Stoke City Council, Fenton ward – 236 votes (4.9%)

Ian Hague: Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council, Ince ward – 134 votes (3.2%)

Spencer Cartlidge: Stoke City Council, Weston & Meir North ward – 117 votes (2.3%)


Mark Leat campaigning for England First Party local elections 2010Well done to all England First Party candidates who stood and also a big thank you to everybody who helped with their campaigns.

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