General Election 2017: Voters turn out to Bexley’s polling stations

PUBLISHED: 12:52 08 June 2017 | UPDATED: 16:04 08 June 2017

Danny Hackett and Mabel Ogundayo voting

Danny Hackett and Mabel Ogundayo voting


Labour candidate Danny Hackett voted alongside Mabel Ogundayo, the deputy leader of Bexley Labour

Polling stations are slowly filling up across the borough as residents turn out to have their say on the general election.

In Old Bexley and Sidcup, local Labour candidate Danny Hackett was spotted with deputy leader of Bexley Labour, and Thamesmead East Ward councillor Mabel Ogundayo, after marking their ballot paper.

And Old Bexley and Sidcup resident Michael Power, turned out to vote with his two dogs (see picture).

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Old Bexley and Sidcup

  • James Brokenshire (Con) 24,682
  • Ibrahim Mehmet (Lab) 8,879
  • Catherine Reilly (Ukip) 8,528
  • Derek Moran (Green) 1,336
  • Dr Bob Gill (National Health Action) 1,216
  • Laurence Williams (Christian Party) 245
  • Nicola Finch (BNP) 218

Majority 15,803

Bexleyheath and Crayford

  • David Evennett, Conservative, 20,643
  • Stefano Borella (Lab) 11,451
  • Chris Attard (Ukip) 9,182
  • Richard Davis (Lib Dem) 1,308
  • Stella Gardiner (Green) 950
  • Maggi Young (English Democrat) 151

Majority: 9,192

Erith and Thamesmead

  • Teresa Pearce (Lab) 21,209
  • Anna Firth (Con) 11,684
  • Ronie Johnson (Ukip) 7,368
  • Simon Waddington (Lib Dem) 972
  • Ann Garrett (Green) 941
  • Sidney Cordle (Christian People’s Party) 255
  • Graham Moore (English Democrat) 188

Majority: 9,525

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