Jacob Rees Mogg retains his seat in Radstock

By Susie Watkins

13th Dec 2019 | Local News

Earlier this week Jacob Rees Mogg was in Radstock campaigning
Earlier this week Jacob Rees Mogg was in Radstock campaigning

The Conservative Jacob Rees Mogg has held the seat of North East Somerset with 28,360 votes, an increased majority on the last election's result with a share of 50.4 per cent of the vote. Labour's Mark Huband came second with 13,631 votes and Nick Coates for the Liberal Democrats in third place with 12,422 votes. The Green's Fay Whitfield won 1,423 votes, while Shaun Hughes, an Independent got 472 votes. The turnout was 76.4 per cent, up 0.7 per cent on the last election.

Mr Rees Mogg was first elected in 2010.


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