UK Independence Party National Executive Committee election results

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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.

2013[edit]

There were seven vacancies, of which four were for the full three-year term and three to complete other terms unfinished for various reasons. Turnout was 8,611.[1][2]

Candidate Votes Percentage
Lucy Bostick (E) 4205 7.8
Andrew Moncreiff (E) 3394 6.3
Adrianne Smyth (E) 3387 6.3
Rob McWhirter (E) 3137 5.8
George Curtis (E) 3133 5.8
Tom Bursnall (E) 2846 5.3
Harry Aldridge (E) 2805 5.2
Robin Hunter-Clarke 2801 5.2
Sebastian Fairweather 2594 4.8
Russell Hicks 2447 4.5
David Coburn 2409 4.5
Andrew Reid 2379 4.4
Jonathan Stanley 1826 3.4
Colin Stewart 1745 3.2
Richard Lee 1716 3.2
Lee Waters 1691 3.1
Colin Nicholson 1688 3.1
Mick Greenhough 1599 3.0
Charles Dodman 1568 2.9
Andrew Fairfoull 1534 2.8
Rhys Burriss 1406 2.6
Gary Robinson 1382 2.6
George Konstantinidis 1323 2.5
Noel Matthews 1016 1.9

2012[edit]

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.[citation needed]

Candidate Votes Percentage
Chris Pain (E) 2849 8.83
Mick McGough (E) 2696 8.36
Alan Bown (E) 2678 8.30
Piers Wauchope (E) 2331 7.23
Sebastian Fairweather (E) 2293 7.11
Andrew Moncreiff 2273 7.05
Sean Howlett 2071 6.42
Paul Oakley 1900 5.89
Terry Durrance 1718 5.33
Mike Scott-Hayward 1688 5.23
Barry Mahoney 1648 5.11
Toby Micklethwait 1629 5.05
Richard Coke 1449 4.49
Michael Kendall 1405 4.36
Charles Dodman 1386 4.30
Rob McWhirter 1378 4.27
Nigel Carter 869 2.70

2011[edit]

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).

Candidate Votes Percentage
Neil Hamilton (E) 3588 11.21
Steven Woolfe (E) 2879 8.99
Louise Bours (E) 2785 8.70
Douglas Denny (E) 2638 8.24
David Coburn (E) 1965 6.14
Toby Micklethwait (E) 1931 6.03
Nathan Garbutt 1927 5.02
Piers Wauchope 1895 5.92
Michael Kendall 1575 4.92
David Black 1471 4.60
Robin Talbot 1372 4.29
Sean Howlett 1321 4.13
Mike Smith 1320 4.12
Rob McWhirter 1261 3.94
David Rowlands 1261 3.94
Raymond Martin 910 2.84
Nigel Carter 883 2.76
Charles Dodman 639 2.00
Michael Thomas 388 1.21

2010[edit]

The top seven candidates were elected; the first four for a full three-year term.[3]

Candidate Votes Percentage
Steve Allison (E) 2275 5.94
George Curtis (E) 1849 4.83
Hugh Williams (E) 1748 4.56
Jill Seymour (E) 1696 4.43
Michael McGough (E) 1604 4.19
Elizabeth Burton (E) 1548 4.04
Julia Reid (E) 1491 3.89
David Coburn 1452 3.79
Toby Micklethwait 1326 3.46
Ray Finch 1317 3.44
Christopher Pain 1261 3.29
Louise Bours 1248 3.26
Paul Henke 1198 3.13
David Rowlands 1191 3.11
David Black 1077 2.81
Paula Daly 1051 2.74
Marion Mason 958 2.50
Kathleen Garner 924 2.41
Ralph Atkinson 881 2.30
Hilary Jones 863 2.25
Winston McKenzie 857 2.24
John Harrison 847 2.21
Lee Slaughter 832 2.17
Steve Povey 822 2.15
James Moyies 807 2.11
Donald Mackay 789 2.06
David Macey 751 1.96
Terry Durrance 749 1.96
Tony McIntyre 694 1.81
Marilyn Swain 687 1.79
Rob McWhirter 653 1.71
Mike Hookem 634 1.66
Bob Macarthur 559 1.46
David Duxbury 500 1.31
Derek Evans 421 1.10
Nigel Carter 392 1.02
Charles Dodman 355 0.93

References[edit]

  1. ^ Independence (95): 11–17. 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help);
  2. ^ "New faces give party NEC a fresh look". UKIP. Retrieved 15 December 2013. 
  3. ^ "NEC results 2010". Bloggers for UKIP. Retrieved 21 July 2013. [unreliable source?]