The people of Whitchurch have re-elected Eric Dunlop (Liberal Democrats) as local councillor at Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council (B&DBC).

Eric will rejoin Keith Watts (Liberal Democrats), who was re-elected in 2010, in representing the town on Borough Council matters.

Full results:

Eric Dunlop (Liberal Democrats) 791 (52.9%)
Ian Richard Green (Conservatives) 526 (35.2%)
Nuria Pett (Labour) 164 (11.0%)

Turnout: 1,494 out of possible 4,117 (36%), 8 spoiled votes (0.1%)

Note: a query has been asked of B&DBC as the numbers do not tally (791+526+164+8 = 1489 instead of 1494; and the electorate appears to have dropped from 4144 in 2010 to 4117 this year, as reported by B&DBC – this page will be updated once B&DBC electoral services provide clarification

UPDATE: B&DBC have stated only that the electoral services team went home at lunch – without replying to the query – and will not be back in until Tuesday

Full election details and the official documents are on the Basingstoke and Deane website –
ELECTORAL SERVICES which should be taken as the definitive information.

The Whitchurch Town Website and its team would very much like to congratulate Eric for his success in the election.

Comments (2)

  • Harriet

    Big Congrats Eric, you work hard and deserve it

  • kate muff

    Well done Eric, You work so hard, you truly deserve it

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