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Results 2012

Below are the results for the Mayor of London and London Assembly elections held on 3 May 2012.  

More detailed and technical data relating to each election is available to download at the bottom of the page. 

Mayor of London

Boris Johnson
Conservative Party

Turnout

38%

London Assembly seats (25 in total)

9 seats
Conservative Party
12 seats
Labour Party
2 seats
Green Party
2 seats
Liberal Democrats

London-wide Assembly Members

  • Jenny Jones
    Green Party
  • Caroline Pidgeon
    Liberal Democrats
  • Nicky Gavron
    Labour Party
  • Andrew Boff
    Conservative Party
  • Darren Johnson
    Green Party
  • Murad Qureshi
    Labour Party
  • Gareth Bacon
    Conservative Party
  • Fiona Twycross
    Labour Party
  • Victoria Borwick
    Conservative Party
  • Tom Copley
    Labour Party
  • Stephen Knight
    Liberal Democrats

London Assembly Constituency Members

Use your mouse to hover over the above map to find out who has been elected as your London Assembly Constituency Member in 2012, or view the list below. 

Barnet & Camden:Andrew Hartley Dismore, Labour Party Candidate
Bexley & Bromley:James Spencer Cleverly, The Conservative Party Candidate
Brent & Harrow: Navin Shah, Labour Party Candidate
City & East:John Robert Biggs, Labour Party Candidate
Croydon & Sutton:Stephen John O'Connell, The Conservative Party Candidate
Ealing & Hillingdon:Onkar Singh Sahota, Labour Party Candidate
Enfield & Haringey:Joanne McCartney, Labour Party Candidate
Greenwich & Lewisham: Len Duvall, Labour Party Candidate
Havering & Redbridge:Roger Evans, The Conservative Party Candidate
Lambeth & Southwark:Val Shawcross, Labour Party Candidate
Merton & Wandsworth:Richard Patrick Tracey, The Conservative Party Candidate
North East:Jennette Arnold, Labour Party Candidate
South West: Tony Arbour, The Conservative Party Candidate
West Central: Kit Malthouse, The Conservative Party Candidate

 

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