Labour candidate Martin Tiedemann elected to Lambeth Council in Brixton Hill by-election

Written by on January 18, 2013 in Council, News - 4 Comments

Labour’s Martin Tiedemann has been elected as the new councillor for Brixton Hill ward after a by-election.

Tiedemann took the seat with 2552 votes.

In second place was Andrew Child from the Green Party, with 344 votes. Liz Maffei came third with 274 votes.

The by-election, triggered by the departure of former council leader Steve Reed, saw a 22.8 per cent turnout, meaning 2,552 voters voted out of a possible 11,206.

Lambeth chief executive announced the result at xxpm, following a count at Lambeth Town Hall tonight.

 

 

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4 Comments on "Labour candidate Martin Tiedemann elected to Lambeth Council in Brixton Hill by-election"

  1. Karen January 19, 2013 at 8:24 am · Reply

    Well done Martin, he worked so hard along with his Labour colleagues to get the vote out over the time leading up to the election. He will be an asset to the Council and knowing his fairness and co-operative background will help ALL his constituents who need him regardless of their political persuasion,

  2. T O NEILL January 18, 2013 at 4:15 pm · Reply

    Marek do I detect a touch of sour grapes here. Labour got over 60% of the electorate who could be bothered to vote on a cold January day. Congratulations to the winning candidate. A remarkable feat gaining such a high percentage of the votes cast on the day.

  3. Marek January 18, 2013 at 12:42 pm · Reply

    14% of the ward electorate voted for Martin Tiedeman. And of course, 86% didn’t.

  4. Hilary January 18, 2013 at 1:39 am · Reply

    You’ve got the votes wrong. He got 1593 votes not 2552. That was the total no. of votes.

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