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Election results - significant success in residential wards, tiny turnout in the business wards

Here are the election results for Cripplegate Ward. These are pretty remarkable. Susan Pearson, Natasha Lloyd-Owen and Anne Corbett have each won more votes than any other candidate anywhere in the City of London. They have also, almost certainly, won the most votes won in the last 100 years. This is a huge credit to residential engagement. There are four main residential wards of the twenty five in the City of London. The level of votes in these wards was signifcant and makes an interesting contrast with the few votes that are needed to win in the business wards.  

Have a look at the election results across the whole of the City here.

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Comment by Paul Singh on March 25, 2022 at 20:51

Indeed three amazing candidates all of whom I am very much looking forward to working with. We should shout about that statistic so the City can see how serious this Ward is to make positive change.

Also thanks Paul and Iain for the kind words. I am determined not to let you and the other residents down.

Comment by Paul Lincoln on March 25, 2022 at 20:13

Iain
I thought that Paul was very impressive and in fact, the collective expertise of the eight who have been elected is pretty inspiring.

Comment by Iain Meek on March 25, 2022 at 20:07

Great news!

..and one of my Constructor colleagues- Paul Singh- in in & batting for us.

:)

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