HUNTINGDONSHIRE ELECTIONS 2014: Conservative hold Alconbury and the Stukeleys

14:10 23 May 2014

Conservative hold

Conservative hold

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Councillor Keith Baker retains his seat at Huntingdonshire District Council election for Alconbury and the Stukeleys.

Keith Baker* (Conservative) 447

Martin Cohen (UKIP) 332

Nick Sherratt (Labour) 81

Mary Watkin (Liberal Democrat) 311

Turnout 46%.

INFORMATION: * denotes ruling candidate.

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