Cambridge results now in

All fourteen wards in Cambridge have now been declared, and the results are:

  • Labour win 7: Abbey, Arbury, Cherry Hinton, Coleridge, Kings Hedges, Petersfield and West Chesterton
  • Lib Dems win 6: East Chesterton, Market, Newnham, Queen Edith’s, Romsey and Trumpington
  • Independent John Hipkin wins Castle ward
  • The Greens, Conservatives and UKIP didn’t win anything

Here’s a graphic showing who has won the 14 seats in Cambridge at the last five local elections (by-elections not included):

Cambridge seats

[Update: Corrected one seat from Lab to Ind in 2012]

Thanks to Chris Havergal of the Cambridge News for his excellent coverage. Detailed results are appearing on the county council website.

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3 Responses to Cambridge results now in

  1. George Blake says:

    No wonder most of the UK’s traitors spent time in Cambridge with those political leanings

  2. Pingback: Cambridgeshire County Council elections, May 2013: What happened

  3. Toby Chopra says:

    This is a great site. I don’t live in Cambridge any more but I still love to follow my home town’s politics. Lib Dems did well on the ground in Cambridge City to win only one less seat than Labour. Better than last year, I think. But a rough count shows they trailed Labour by around 4,000 votes in total in the wards that make up the parliamentary constituency. Does Julian Huppert have enough personal votes to make that up? Only two more years until we find out…

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