Election results May 2011
The Conservatives won 33 of the 48 seats and retained control of the council. The remaining seats are held by Independents gaining 5, Labour gaining 4, Liberal Democrats securing 4 and Henley Residents Group with 2.
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Turn out figures for South Oxfordshire were 48.6 per cent for district, 44.4 per cent for parish and 48.6 per cent for the referendum.
Nationally, voters said No to a switch from the current first past the post to the Alternative Vote (AV) system. Voters in the district overwhelming rejected changing the voting system, with 33,565 voting No and 14,776 Yes. You can view results for the national referendum here
General Election 2010
Results for Henley Constituency
73,123 were on the electoral register on 6 May 2010 and in total 53,620 voted. There was a 73.3 per cent turn out. The Henley Constituency count went well without any issues. Number of spoilt ballots 67.
|John Roger Bews||British National Party||1,020|
|Andy Crick||Liberal Democrats||13,466|
|John Michael Howell||Conservative Party||30,054|
|Laurence Hughes||UK Independence Party||1,817|
|Richard Mark McKenzie||Labour Party||5,835|
|Mark Christopher Stevenson||Green Party||1,328|
District Council Elections 2007
Last reviewed: 26 - 10 - 2012