UK Independence Party's National Executive Committee is the executive leadership of the UK Independence Party. It has 12 elected members who normally serve for a three-year term, with one third of members retiring each year and a new election called to complete for those places.
The total number of ballot papers issued was 21,100. The total number of ballot papers returned was 6,825, representing a 32.4% turnout. There were 18 spoiled ballot papers. The top five candidates were elected; four for a full three-year term and one for a one-year term (fifth place). The 2012 election was delayed until 22 February 2013.
Total number of ballot papers issued 15,944. Total valid ballot papers received 5,863 representing a 36.77% turnout. Total invalid ballot papers 15. The top six candidates were elected; four for a full three-year term, one for a two-year term (fifth place) and one for a one-year term (sixth place).