First Preference Votes - Statement of voting in the Tendring Voting Area
|Name of Candidate||Name of Registered Political Party (if any)||Number of First Preference Votes in the Voting Area|
|The Conservative Party Candidate||5345|
Kevin Michael Peter
|UK Independence Party (UKIP)||7117|
|Zero Tolerance Policing Ex Chief||3285|
The number of ballot papers rejected on first preference votes was as follows:
(a) want of official mark - 0
(b) voting for more than one candidate as to the first preference vote - 231
(c) writing or mark by which voter could be identified - 5
(d) unmarked as to the first preference vote - 170
(e) void for uncertainty - 20
Total - 426
Second Preference Votes - Statement of voting in the Tendring Voting Area
|Name of Candidate||Name of Registered Political Party (if any)||Number of Second Preference Votes in the Voting Area|
|The Conservative Party Candidate||1267|
|UK Independence Party (UKIP)||1806|
|Second Preference Votes for Other Candidates||3059|
The number of ballot papers rejected on second preference votes was as follows:
(a) want of official mark - 0
(b) voting for more than one candidate as to the first preference vote - 2
(c) writing or mark by which voter could be identified - 0
(d) unmarked as to the second preference vote - 1142
(e) void for uncertainty - 387
Total - 1531
On 5 May 2016 local people went to the polls to elect the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Essex. The successful candidate will be elected for a period of 4 years.
Elections for Police and Crime Commissioners took place across 41 Police Force areas in England (excluding London) and Wales at the same time.
Under the terms of the Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011, the role of the Police and Crime Commissioner is to:
- secure an efficient and effective police for their area
- appoint the Chief Constable, hold them to account for running the force, and if necessary dismiss them
- set the police and crime objectives for their area through a police and crime plan
- set the force budget and determine the precept to be collected through council tax
- contribute to the national and international policing capabilities set out by the Home Secretary; and
- bring together community safety and criminal justice partners, to make sure local priorities are joined up
To find out more information contact the Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex
Information for Candidates and Agents
For guidance and resources for Candidates and Agents visit The Electoral Commission website.
Voting in the Police and Crime Commissioner Elections
To vote in the Police and Crime Commissioner Elections you must be aged 18 or over on the day of the election and must be registered to vote.
The deadline for applying to register in time to vote in these elections was Monday 18 April 2016.
If you cannot get to the polling station on polling day, please note that the deadline for applying to vote by post in these elections was 5pm on Tuesday 19 April 2016 and the deadline for applying to vote by proxy in these elections was 5pm on Tuesday 26 April 2016.
If you are unsure if you are registered to vote or if you have any questions regarding applying for a postal or proxy vote, you can contact Tendring District Council’s Electoral Services team on 01255 686566 during office opening hours.
Who can I vote for?
The Statement of Persons Nominated and Notice of Poll sets out the names of the candidates standing for election.
Details about the candidates and their ideas and plans will be published on the Choose My PPC website (www.choosemypcc.org.uk). If you don’t have access to the internet, you can ring 0800 107 0708 to request printed copies of this information.
About the election
Voting in this election is done using the 'supplementary voting system'. This means that on the ballot paper, electors will be able to vote for a first and second choice candidate.
Essex's PCC election will be carried out by each of the fourteen local authorities. The counts will take place on Friday 6 May 2016. The count result from all fourteen authorities will then be collated and the new PCC for Essex will be declared at Colchester Borough Council's count venue later that day.
The election results will be posted on here as soon as they are available.
The declaration will be made by Essex's Police Area Returning Officer (PARO), Adrian Pritchard, the Chief Executive of Colchester Borough Council.