European Parliamentary Election results - 4 June 2009

The European parliamentary elections took place in each of the 27 member states of the European Union between 4 and 7 June. In the UK, the elections took place on Thursday 4 June.

The result was announced after the close of poll in all member states, i.e. Sunday 7 June.

Seventy-two Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) were elected in the UK: 59 for England, six for Scotland, four for Wales and three for Northern Ireland.

Coventry was part of the West Midlands Region, which elected 6 MEPs. The region comprises Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Stoke on Trent, Telford and Wrekin, Warwickshire, West Midlands and Worcestershire. Turnout in Coventry was 31.03%, compared to 35.07% for the region and 34.7% nationally.

West Midlands Region

Date of poll: Thursday 4 June 2009
LOCAL RESULT: Sunday 7 June 2009
Local Counting Area: Coventry

European Parliamentary election results - Coventry
Name of Party or Individual Candidate Number of Votes
British National Party 5198
Christian Party "Proclaiming Christ`s Lordship" 1115
Conservative Party 14696
English Democrats Party 1660
Jury Team 354
Liberal Democrats 6548
No2EU: Yes To Democracy 2851
Pro Democracy: 347
Socialist Labour Party 1032
The Green Party 4303
The Labour Party 17785
United Kingdom Independence Party 10865
Rejected Ballots 301
Turnout 31.03%

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