Police and Crime Commissioner 2021 - Results
Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire Police Area 2021 - Results
An Election was held on 6th May 2021 for Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire Police Area.
There is a different form of voting in Police and Crime Commissioner elections, called Supplementary Voting.
There are two stages to Supplementary Voting. In Stage 1, first preference votes are counted. If a candidate receives more than 50 per cent of the first preference votes, he or she is elected and a result is declared. If no candidate receives more than 50 per cent of the first preference votes, the two candidates with the highest number of votes go forward to Stage 2.
In Stage 2, second preference votes for the remaining two candidates are added to the votes they received in Stage 1. The candidate with the highest number of votes after adding the votes from both stages is elected and a result is declared.
The results for Lancashire will be displayed on the Blackburn with Darwen Council website.
Ribble Valley Results
The results for the first and second stages of the count for the Ribble Valley area are set out below:
Verified Ballot Papers:
- Turnout: 35.8%
For more details please see the Police and Crime Commissioner (Ribble Valley Area) 2021 - First and Second Count Statements.
Statement as to the first count / first preference
|Name||Party||Number of 1st preference votes|
|BARKER, Mark James||Reform UK||750|
|DARBY, Neil||Liberal Democrats||2,099|
|GRUNSHAW, Clive||Labour and Co-operative Party||4,159|
|SNOWDEN, Andrew James||The Conservative Party Candidate||9,758|
Statement as to the second count / second preference
|Name||Party||Number of 2nd preference votes|
|GRUNSHAW, Clive||Labour and Co-operative Party||1,037|
|SNOWDEN, Andrew James||The Conservative Party Candidate||824|