Ivybridge by-election results are in

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Ivybridge by-election results are in

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Ivybridge has elected Louise Jones, Conservative, as their new district councillor in a close run election. 

Voters in the Ivybridge West ward got a chance to choose their district councillor along with their county councillor and Police and Crime Commissioner at the election on Thursday. 

Louise Jones won with 933 votes, followed closely by Green Party candidate Katie Reville with 768. Tony Rea, who stood for the Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition received 149 votes. The turnout was just 38.37%. 


Main image: Louise Jones with the returning officer Andrew Bates. 


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